This project consisted of a 2,800+ square foot addition of a maintenance garage, 2,800 square foot reroof of the existing building, lighting, and HVAC upgrades to the maintenance area. The addition is CMU with open web steel joist. It was designed to accommodate a dual trolley crane. The original roof was modified bitumen that was at the end of its useful life. It was replaced with TPO membrane with taper to accommodate proper drainage.
The new waste water treatment plant designed for the city of Kuna is located on 5 acre parcel at Lake Hazel and 10 Mile. It has two support buildings, one for operations and one for maintenance, and four plant buildings. The plant buildings consist of a process building, a headworks building, solids handling, and a generator building. The plant was designed and constructed to handle 3 millions gallons per day but can be expanded to handle up to 12 million gallons. The operations building is stick built with CMU veneer and stucco. The maintenance building is a prefabricated metal frame with insulated roof and wall panels. Both the process building and solids handling are a combination of prefabricated metal with insulated roof and wall panels and CMU. The generator building is a traditional CMU building with wood trusses. The headworks building is a combination of cast in place concrete and CMU. The second floor of the headworks building required explosion proof design.