Logan City owns and operates a lagoon system that provides wastewater treatment for the City of Logan as well as a number of the surrounding communities. In order to comply with new phosphorous and effluent ammonia limits imposed by the Utah Division of Water Quality to protect aquatic species in receiving waters, the City needs to completely redesign its treatment facility.
Malcolm Drilling was brought in to value-engineer the project and install foundations for 12 different structures including a septage receiving station, operations building, and bioreactor electrical building just to name a few. In total 2,340 CFA piles have been installed, to depths of up to 60-93 feet. Total drill footage equals roughly 38 miles!