Cary/Apex Water Treatment Facility

Cary/Apex Water Treatment Facility

Cary/Apex Water Treatment Facility

The Towns of Cary and Apex own a 40 millions of gallons per day water treatment plant that treats raw water from Jordan Lake, providing finished water to both towns, the Morrisville Raleigh-Durham Airport, Wake County portion of Research Triangle Park, the western portion of Wake County, and raw water to Chatham County. 

Since 2004, we have been working with both towns to create and develop partnerships to solve their drinking water needs. Recently, we have been responsible for the design and construction of a Phase III plant expansion from 40 MGD to 56 MGD, completed in 2019. As part of the project, HDR developed and facilitated workshops in six key areas: process and regulatory evaluation, raw water pumping and intake evaluation, capacity assurance assessment, long-term space planning/architectural evaluation, residuals management evaluation, and SCADA/instrumentation and controls evaluation. As a result of the workshops, the client provided the design basis for moving forward with final design. 

We also assisted the Town of Cary with the preparation of state revolving funding applications including financial documentation, project description and coordination with the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality during the post-bidding process.
 

Cary/Apex Water Treatment Facility