The project consists of the design and construction of receiving facilities for the Village’s new Lake Michigan Water connection to the DuPage Water Commission (DWC). The facilities are constructed on the Village’s 24.5 acre public works campus and include 3.0 million gallons of ground storage in two 1.5 million gallon tanks, a 60’ x 80’ receiving station building, a 10 MGD pumping station with seven variable speed pumps; pressure adjustment and rate of flow control of the water received from DWC, emergency standby electrical power generator, traveling bridge crane, metering, pressure and level monitoring, automated PLC based station controls, new SCADA for all of the Village’s water facilities, disinfection system with residual monitoring, yard piping and landscaping. Modifications were also made at the Village’s existing pump stations and water towers to accommodate the new Lake Michigan Water source.

The Details


Bartlett, Illinois

Construction Cost/Fee

$7.1 million/$899,000


Village of Bartlett