Carter & Sloope assisted a developer in the installation of a new nursing facility in middle Georgia. C&S was able to turn several obstacles on site (creeks and rock formations) into aesthetically pleasing features, allowing the owner to bring their project in under budget and on time.
C&S assisted in all phases of this new membrane water treatment plant, the first of its kind in the state. From the formation of a regional water authority to funding acquisition, through to design and construction administration, Carter & Sloope was able to showcase the many ways it can assist our clients.
Many communities face water supply issues and the City of Thomaston was no different. C&S assisted in the acquisition and expansion from 250 million gallons to 500 million gallons of an industrial reservoir to provide expanded raw water capacity. This involved the design and construction of a new, larger dam and considerable permitting.
C&S was tasked with a unique challenge for the Macon Water Authority as a new lift station was needed to expand capacity of a service area. One part of the project saw the design, permitting and installation of a 4,000’ consecutive bore of 24” fusible PVC under 3 different creeks and a large wetland, the largest of its kind in the country to date.
C&S has helped many communities with redevelopment of their downtown areas through GDOT TE funds. For the City of Roberta, we have provided a multi-phased approach that has brought in 3 different grants and allowed for a reinvigorated downtown area in this historic town.
Over the course of several years, C&S was able to provide significant consulting assistance to the City of Moultrie. With 3 phases of construction at the WWTF, expanding to 6 MGD, several phases of system rehab and lift station upgrades, C&S was able to assist not only in design and planning but also in the acquisition of over $20 million in funding from at least 4 different funding sources.
C&S has assisted the growing Houston County area by providing consultation and design expertise in the planning of their water system expansion. Through this process, we have designed and installed 5 new wells and 4 new elevated tanks over the last 5 years. C&S consulted through all aspects of funding acquisition.
C&S assisted in the expansion and rehabilitation of the City of Kingsland’s existing WWTF. The total project was done in multiple phases and saw the installation of a new headworks as well as the installation of a new parallel plant which allowed for the growing community to meet its needs for years to come.