Heron Bay Self-Priming Pump Stations
The Heron Bay Pump Stations serve the Heron Bay Golf Course Community in Henry County, Georgia. Each of the three pump stations include self-priming Gorman-RuppT-Series pumps that are installed above ground to facilitate serviceability and maintenance.
Pump Station “A” collects wastewater from the entire Heron Bay Development and pumps the wastewater approximately two miles along Frog Road to a pump station that pumps wastewater to Henry County’s Indian Creek Water Reclamation Facility. Pump Station “A” is a 100 HP station (50 HP per pump) that includes a duplex, piggyback pumping system (4 pumps total). The Gorman-Rupp T8A-B pumps operate at 1,300 gpm @ 152-feet (76-feet per stage). The pump station was constructed by Willow Construction in 2002. This shows the general arrangement of the pumps inside the building.
Pump Station “B” also includes a duplex, piggyback pumping system. The T6A-B pump station has a total of 50 HP (25 HP per pump) and operates at 850 @ 130-feet (65-feet per stage). The pump station was constructed by Willow Construction for $200,000 in 2003. The construction cost does not include the developer-purchased pumping equipment. This shows a profile of the building and wet well.
Pump Station “C” includes a duplex T4A-B pumping system with a total of 15 HP. Because the pump station is located along a golf course cart path between two golf holes, the pump building includes architectural features like Hardi-plank siding and stone finishes. The pump station was constructed by Strack for $348,000 in 2005.