Krause Pumping Station
Biller Reinhart Engineering Group, Inc. performed structural design and consultation services for the rehabilitation of Krause Pumping Station in downtown Tampa. The upgrade will provide station capacity to meet peak wet weather flows and the daily flow requirements. The structural rehabilitation will include relocating and replacing equipment, various pump, platform and foundation designs, hoist system design to transport equipment in and out of the building and reconfiguring and raising the roof structure for the installation of new equipment while maintaining building aesthetics of the 1951 facility. Biller Reinhart is currently in the design development phase of the project.
Biller Reinhart reviewed available as-built/record construction documents of the building and other reports and documents regarding the building and various proposed equipment data sheets and/or shop drawings as necessary for loads/weights, anchorage and support requirements to design associated structural supports and foundations. Biller Reinhart will perform calculations for the structural design for the pump station rehabilitation and prepare construction documents (drawings and specifications) for the structural elements. Biller Reinhart will also provide technical assistance during the bid phase of the project and provide Construction Administration Services including correspondence for permit review and during construction, review submittals and shop drawings regarding structural work, perform site visits to observe project construction and attend project related meetings, prepare site observations report for each site visit and perform a final site visit at substantial completion of construction.
- Project Location: Tampa, Florida
- Budgeted Construction Costs: $1,500,000
- Completion Date: ONGOING
- Client: City of Tampa
- Owner: City of Tampa