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Pump Station Improvement Program

The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) has created a Pump Station Improvement Program (PSIP) with an investment of $168 million, to upgrade its Wastewater Collection and Transmission System. The PSIP was created to evaluate and improve the operation and transmission capacity of 112 sanitary sewer service areas located throughout Miami-Dade County, which are owned and/or operated by the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department.

Projects include the upgrade of sewer pump stations, including the installation of new pumps, electrical upgrades, reduction of infiltration and inflow, and the construction of new force mains. The PSIP program manager has validated the Remedial Action Plans (RAPs) for all 112 service areas and developed a comprehensive master schedule for the entire program. This validation took into consideration several factors, including required regulatory milestones, development industry needs, sanitary sewer overflow locations, absolute moratorium stations, reserved capacity, roadway moratoria, and stations within drinking water wellfield protection areas.

Water and Sewer
Kevin Lynskey, Director

Water and Sewer Douglas Office
3071 SW 38th Ave, Miami, FL 33146
305-665-7477305-665-7477

Water and Sewer LeJeune Office
3575 S. LeJeune Road, Miami, FL 33133
311311

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