Water & Wastewater

    City of Wyoming Clean Water Plant Expansion

    The work at the Wyoming Clean Water Plant involved a major $35.6 million expansion to the facility, as well as rehabilitation of some of the existing facilities and equipment.

    The project included:
    • Three new aeration basins, each holding a total of 3.5 million gallons of effluent water. Adjacent to the basins, a blower building and various pipe galleries were constructed.
    • Four new 95-foot diameter final clarifiers, each holding a total of 1 million gallons of effluent water.
    • A new generator building housing two 2.0 megawatt generators, along with auxiliary electrical switchgear and equipment.
    • A new return-activated sludge/waste activated sludge-pump station.
    • Repair and retrofit of four existing primary clarifiers.
    • Replacement of three large raw sewage pumps, including motors and VFD drives.
    • Decommission and demolition of the city’s old trickling filter system.
    Between all of the structures, a total of 25,000 cubic yards of concrete, miles of pipe, conduit and wires were installed.

    Project at a glance

    • Client: City of Wyoming
    • Location: Wyoming, Michigan



    • Associated Builders and Contractors Award of Excellence 2008