Featured Projects

  • City of Miramar
    Water Treatment Plant 2.5 MGD BWRO Expansion

    Start Date: November 2008
    Completion Date: December 2009 EST
    Client: City of Miramar
    References: Sam Akrouk @ John J Kirlin (954) 739-8100

    The City of Miramar, Florida contracted with John J Kirlin, LLC Mechanical Contractors to expand their existing brackish water reverse osmosis (BWRO) plant by adding one (1) additional 2.5 MGD skid.

    Based on the design of Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. of Plantation, Florida, Aerex’s scope includes the installation of one (1) membrane process train, instrumentation panel, sample panel and all 316L stainless steel and duplex stainless steel piping throughout the facility.

    The structural components will be manufactured from passivated 316 stainless steel and will support Pentair 80S45-7W pressure vessels which are interconnected with conventional stainless steel manifolds with all feed, concentrate and permeate piping constructed of duplex stainless steel. The skids are designed as a 40-24 array.

    Engineering design, project management and field service will be supplied from Aerex’s headquarters in Fort Pierce, Florida. Aerex field service personnel will provide training to the Burnt Store Water Treatment Facility personnel on all aspects of the membrane system to ensure the proper operation and maintenance of the system.

  • City of Lake Worth
    4.5 MGD Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Facility

    Start Date: October 2009
    Estimated Completion Date: September 2011
    Client: City of Lake Worth
    References: Henry Glaus, P.E. @ Mock, Roos & Associates (561) 683-3113

    The City of Lake Worth contracted with Reynolds, Inc. to build a new reverse osmosis water treatment plant. Reynolds contracted with Aerex to provide three (3) 1.5 MGD Reverse Osmosis (RO) skids with future provisions to expand each skid to a capacity of 2.0 MGD.

    Each of the three (3) 1.5 MGD RO skids will be shipped to the Lake Worth water treatment facility fully assembled including the 316 stainless steel frames, pressure vessels (less membranes), energy recovery turbines, feed, interstage, concentrate and permeate piping, instrumentation and instrument panels, sample panels, valves and junction boxes.

    Upon arrival at the facility, each of the skids will be off-loaded and set into place ready for installation of the final piping and electrical connections.

    Aerex’s design utilizes the Protec MSP 7 element pressure vessels direct connected with 4” feed/concentrate ports. The skids are designed as a 24-12 array in a 6 high x 6 wide configuration. All the skid mounted piping will be manufactured from 316L stainless steel.

    Engineering design, project management and field service will be supplied from Aerex’s headquarters located in Fort Pierce, Florida.

  • 3 MGD Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Facility
    17549 West River Road
    Bowling Green, Ohio 43402

    Start Date: February 2009
    Estimated Completion Date: February 2011
    Client: City of Bowling Green
    References: Lance Littrell, P.E. @ Reiss Environmental (407) 679-5358

    The City of Bowling Green contracted with Aerex to provide two (2) 1.5 MGD independently operating Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems on one skid due to space considerations.

    The two (2) piece RO skid was shipped to the Bowling Green water treatment facility fully assembled including the epoxy coated carbon steel frames, pressure vessels (less membranes), feed, interstage, concentrate and permeate piping, instrumentation and instrument panels, sample panels, valves and control panels.

    Upon arrival at the facility, the two (2) piece skid was off-loaded, stacked and set into place ready for installation of the final piping and electrical connections.

    Aerex’s scope included independent control panels with full PLC and HMI programming.

    Aerex’s design utilizes the Protec SP 7 element pressure vessels manifolded with 2-1/2” feed/ concentrate ports. The skids are designed as a 32-16 array in a 12 high x 4 wide configuration. All the skid mounted piping was manufactured from 316L stainless steel.

    Engineering design, controls, programming, project management and field service was supplied from Aerex’s headquarters located in Fort Pierce, Florida.

  • City of Pompano Beach
    10 MGD NF Water Treatment Facility

    Start Date: January 2009
    Completion Date: November 2009 (estimated)
    Client: The City of Pompano Beach
    References: Carolyn Sullivan @ R.J. Sullivan Construction Corp. (954) 975-0388

    The City of Pompano Beach, Florida contracted with R.J. Sullivan Construction Corp. to modify their existing nanofiltration (NF) plant and cleaning system.

    Based on the design of Camp, Dresser & McKee, Aerex’s scope includes replacing all pressure vessels, replacing all membrane elements, replacing selected valves, modifying existing piping and modifying the existing cleaning system.

    Engineering design, project management and field service will be supplied from Aerex’s headquarters in Fort Pierce, Florida.

  • City of Hollywood
    2.0 MGD BWRO Water Treatment Facility

    Start Date: May 2009
    Completion Date: November 2009
    Client: City of Hollywood
    References: Matthew Charles at Malcolm Pirnie (954) 761-3460

    The City of Hollywood, Florida contracted with the Aerex Industries, Inc. Construction Division to expand their existing brackish water reverse osmosis (BWRO) plant by adding one (1) additional 2.0 MGD skid.

    Based on the design of Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. of Plantation, Florida, Aerex’s scope includes the installation of a membrane process train, an instrumentation panel, a sample panel, a high pressure pump, the electrical components, the controls, and all of the 316L stainless steel and super duplex stainless steel piping throughout the facility. The structural components will be manufactured from passivated 316 stainless steel and will support Pentair 80S45-7W pressure vessels which are interconnected with conventional stainless steel manifolds with all feed, concentrate and permeate piping constructed of super duplex stainless steel. The skids are designed as a 37-17 array.

    Engineering design, project management and field service will be supplied from Aerex’s corporate headquarters in Fort Pierce, Florida. Aerex field service personnel will provide training to the Burnt Store Water Treatment Facility personnel on all aspects of the membrane system to ensure the proper operation and maintenance of the system.

  • Seacoast Utility Authority
    29.5 MGD Water Treatment Facility

    Start Date: October 2009 (EST.)
    Completion Date: December 2010 (EST.)
    Client: Seacoast Utility Authority
    References: David Prah, P.E. @ Camp Dresser & McKee (561) 689-3336

    Seacoast Utility Authority contracted with Reynolds Inc. to construct a new 30.5 million gallon per day (MGD) finished water treatment plant comprised of 26.0 MGD of nanofiltration (NF), 3.5 MGD of low pressure reverse osmosis (LPRO), and 1.0 MGD of pretreated local surficial aquifer blend water.

    Aerex’s scope includes the shop manufacture of ten NF skids designed for a permeate flow of 2.6 MGD each, shop manufacture of two LPRO skids designed for a permeate flow of 1.75 MGD each, manufacture of all cartridge filter housings and 316L stainless steel off-skid piping.

    The structural components of the Seacoast Utility Authority trains are manufactured from 316 stainless steel shapes, supporting pressure vessels, valves, instrumentation and piping. The pressure vessels are interconnected using Aerex’s multi-port design with all feed, concentrate and permeate piping constructed of 316 stainless steel.

    Engineering design, project management and field service will be supplied from Aerex’s headquarters located in Fort Pierce, Florida.

    Aerex field service personnel will ensure proper operation of the system and will provide complete training on all aspects of the system including operation, maintenance, cleaning and troubleshooting.

  • Burnt Store
    2.25 MGD BWRO Water Treatment Facility Expansion

    Start Date: July 2008
    Completion Date: October 2009 (estimated)
    Client: Wharton-Smith Inc. Construction Group
    References: William Logan at Wharton-Smith Inc. (813) 288-0068

    Charlotte County (Florida) contracted with Wharton-Smith, Inc. Construction Group to expand their existing brackish water reverse osmosis (BWRO) plant by replacing their existing skids with three (3) new 748,800 GPD reverse osmosis units for a total capacity of 2,246,400 GPD.

    Based on the design of Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. of Tampa, Florida, Aerex’s scope includes the installation of the membrane process trains, instrumentation panels, sample panels and all of the 316L stainless steel piping throughout the facility.

    The structural components were manufactured from Extren fiberglass shapes and will support Bekaert Progressive Composites’ PRO-8-300-MSP-7 pressure vessels which are direct connected with 4” feed/concentrate ports. The skids are designed as a 14-6 array. All of the skid mounted piping is manufactured from 316L stainless steel except the permeate connections which utilize PVC J-tubes.

    Engineering design, project management and field installation will be supplied from Aerex’s headquarters in Fort Pierce, Florida.

    Aerex field service personnel will provide training to the Burnt Store Water Treatment Facility personnel on all aspects of the membrane system to ensure the proper operation and maintenance of the system.

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