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.