Behind The Project
Magney Construction was selected for a major expansion to the Apple Valley Water Treatment Plant in February of 2013. Construction began in May of 2013. There were three major components of the project, which required a considerable amount of coordination with the City. The project was built in and around the City's existing water treatment plant and public utilities campus.
The first phase was construction of an addition to the City's truck maintenance building. This addition provided a new truck wash facility for the City's Fleet of trucks and was completed in February of 2014.
The second phase was construction of four concrete gravity filters and an underground cast-in-place wash water reclamation tank. The additions to the water treatment plant increased the treated water capacity of the plant from 18 million gallons per day (MGD) to 24 MGD.
The third phase was renovation of eight existing water treatment filters in the plant and the addition of a maintenance garage on to the water treatment plant.
We completed the entire project in May 2015. The final construction cost for this facility was approximately $14.7 million.