Fallujah F5 Sewage Pump Station.
Client: Joint Contracting Command- Iraq & Afghanistan, JCC-I&A Water and Public Works Sector PCO Compound, Baghdad, Iraq, APO AE 09348
POC: Patrick E GRC Dougherty Patrick.E.Dougherty@usace.army.mil
Schappi GRC Marsh Schappi.Marsh@usace.army.mil, Don.C.Hendrix@usace.army.mil, Joseph.R.Geary@usace.army.mil
Description: Engineering, design review, construction, commissioning, operation and training of new, completely operational, wastewater pumping station F5 inside Fallujah, 50 kilometers west of Baghdad including the pumps and motors, emergency generators, and transformers for the pump station. Notwithstanding the demanding security situation at the time, the depth of the station of about 20 meters and very high water table were some of construction challenges for this project.
Staff Details: A site office with highly experienced engineers and technicians managing the site activity was established. Outside Iraq, offices supported the project by purchasing equipment.
The Baghdad and Amman offices both supported vital administration and correspondence needs. The site staff was entirely comprised of locals from Fallujah to encourage employment in conflict affected area. Beside hundreds of skilled and unskilled workers, a total of 15 engineers, 29 technicians and 10 administrative support staff were all part of the successful completion of this project.
Starting Date: October 2006
Completion date: October 2010