Crossroads WQCP Service Area, Savannah, GA

Master Plan & Provisions for Future Growth

This project consisted of the master plan for the Crossroads WQCP service area in anticipation of diverting flow to the new 3.0 MGD wastewater treatment plant (including 6.0 MGD build-out flows). The master plan included build-out flow projections, locating master pump stations and utilization of hydraulic modeling for conveyance system force main sizing. The project included the review of all existing lift stations in the Crossroads WQCP service area.

The master plan specifically addressed: determination of 2025 contributing area flows for each lift station (existing or proposed) within the Travis Field/Crossroads WQCP services area; development of a flow diversion strategy for each lift station (pump directly to Crossroads or pump indirectly to Crossroads via Travis Field); pumping requirements for the proposed Travis Field lift station, force main sizing and routing; evaluation of whether the existing Travis Field effluent force main could be utilized to redirect flows to Crossroads WQCP; assessment of whether a new lift station for Gulfstream and the Coastal Correction Institute would be beneficial in diverting flows from Travis Field; and provision of concept designs, cost estimate and final recommendations.

Crossroads WQCP Service Area
Savannah, GA

As a result of the master plan, the decommissioning of the existing Travis Field WQCP 1.0 MGD wastewater treatment plant and flow diversion to the new Crossroads 3.0 MGD wastewater treatment plant was designed and constructed from 2007-2008.

Hussey Gay Bell's Status Re: COVID-19

Dear Clients, Industry Partners and Friends of the Firm:

Throughout Hussey Gay Bell’s 62-year history, we have seen times of prosperity and times of struggle. The common denominator during these six decades has been our commitment to our clients, employees and the communities in which we serve. As we now face the COVID-19 crisis, this resolve is no less diminished. 

Currently our offices in Savannah, Charleston, Columbia, Atlanta, Nashville and Statesboro are open and operating, per jurisdictional guidelines. Our leadership team continues to monitor the fluid COVID-19 situation and has adopted new procedures within our offices to ensure the health and well-being of Hussey Gay Bell's greatest asset - our employees and associates. We are adhering to recommendations from the CDC and limiting face-to-face interactions, restricting non-essential travel, and utilizing video conferencing and other smart technologies for communications. We have also developed contingency plans so that we remain in a position of strength to continue our projects remotely, if and when needed, for the weeks and months to come. 

While the typical way we interact with you may be temporarily disrupted, we remain resolute in our dedication to providing the same level of exceptional service you deserve. Thank you for the continued trust you have placed in Hussey Gay Bell for all of these years. We are committed to a high level of service to you, despite these difficult times. We will all emerge from this crisis stronger and more resilient.

Stay safe!

Sincerely,

G. Holmes Bell, IV, PE

Hussey Gay Bell CEO & Chairman