Belmont AWT Plant Solids

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Belmont Advanced Wastewater Treatment (AWT) plant was originally placed into service in 1924 as a primary clarification plant. Numerous upgrades now allow an average flow capacity of 120 million gallons per day, with peak flows up to 300 million gallons per day.

Industrial Electric’s scope of work included the upgrade of the Solids Processing Network with a new network, server, and software that allows the new network and existing network to integrate while maintaining functionality.

The installation of new virtualized servers provides functionality for a redundant setup of the new network and the installation of a new network infrastructure. The new infrastructure brings all systems and PLCs of the Solids Process onto the Plant Network Loop. All systems can be monitored by operations.

In addition our company completed the installation of new HVAC and air handling equipment in the GBT Control Room to meet NFPA 820 requirements.

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