Baldwin Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion

The Village of Baldwin is a small, rural community that required additional capacity at their WWTP to accommodate new sewer projects in the Village and nearby communities, including a new youth correctional facility.

The WWTP was expanded from an average daily capacity of 75,000 gpd to 400,000 gpd. A new gravity sewer, pump station, and force main were also designed and constructed as part of this project to convey wastewater from the new correctional facility and other service areas.

FTCH provided construction oversight, maintained operation in the existing facilities throughout the construction phase, provided funding assistance, and served as coordinator for public and private organizations involved with the project.