Southeast Treatment Plant Headworks Facility
San Francisco, California
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Project Planning & Design Support
The Southeast Treatment Plant was built in 1952 and treats 80% of the City’s wastewater. The Headworks Facility Project would replace the function of two existing headworks facilities, modify the Bruce Flynn Pump Station, and construct a new odor control structure. , scoping the subcontractors' work, and analyzing the subcontractor's bid. The purpose of the project is to provide a centralized and efficient preliminary treatment system. The new Headworks facility is designed to accommodate a peak flow of 250 million gallons per day.