The Water and Waste Division specializes in the construction and renovation of sewage and water treatment plants, pump stations and other related facilities. Because many sewage and water treatment plants were built in the 1960’s and 1970s, much of Lone Pine’s work involves the renovation of these plants to handle modern demands, as well as adhering to stricter EPA standards. In addition, as rural areas are being upgraded to more modern facilities, the Water and Waste Division has been involved in the construction of several new sewage and water treatment facilities.
Lone Pine Construction has the resources and expertise to effectively complete the construction and/or renovation of water treatment and sewage plants. Lone Pine’s Water and Waste Division is equipped to handle all aspects of this type of work. Past projects include the construction of pump stations, the installation of reservoir covers, the installation of holding tanks, and renovations and upgrades to all other existing facilities.
The Water and Waste Division completes an average of ten jobs per year, with contracts ranging from $10,000 to $5 million. The Division has completed projects in Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia and has the capability to work nationwide.
Projects in this division have included new construction, renovation, or other special work on the following facilities:
- Allegheny County Sanitary Authority, Replacing Clarifier Drive Units, Pittsburgh, PA
- Sewage Treatment Plant, Masontown, PA
- West View Water Authority Pump Station, West View, PA
- McNaughter Reservoir, Pittsburgh, PA
- Sewickley Water Treatment Plant, Sewickley, PA
- New England Sewage Treatment Plant, West Mifflin, PA
- Dairy Rd. Pump Station, Charleroi, PA
- New Cumberland Sewage Treatment Plant – New Cumberland, WV
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