As of June 26, 2014updates highlighted inred
|Project is 43% complete and remains on schedule for a December 2014 completion.|
|Installation scheduled for July 1, 2014. Temporary generator remains connected.|
|Installation accelerated following May 27 overflow and anticipated (weather permitting) for week of June 23. Temporary 1500 KW generator remains connected until new generator is online|
|Wet Well Expansion|
Concrete slab and walls have been poured.
|Electric switch gear has been approved and released for manufacturer's fabrication.|
Anne Arundel County has invested $9 million to upgrade the Mill Creek Sewer Pumping Station to minimize the amount of sanitary sewer overflows and improve the operations and reliability of the 44-year-old facility. The mechanical and electrical components and remote monitoring controls will be replaced or upgraded. Other upgrades are designed to limit the amount of overflows during power outages and the volume of wastewater lost during an overflow.
|Mill Creek Overflow Presentation|
|Director Chris Phipps Letter to the Editor|
|MDE Sanitary Sewer Overflow Database|
|Project Manager||Vahid Tayebi|
|Total Cost||$9.6 million|
|Notice to Proceed||April 2013|
|Completion (Est)||December 2014|
|Email DPW Customer Relations|