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Quality Control Reviews. The final design drawings and specifications should be reviewed by an independent team involving all design disciplines represented on the project. The reviews should consider both the individual disciplines as well as the interrelationships between the various disciplines. The quality control review comments should be documented, with each design discipline providing a response on the action taken to address each comment. Value Engineering. If value engineering is performed at this stage of the project, it normally focuses on design details.
Examples of alternatives that may prove useful in overcoming low-water and flood difficulties as well as bed load problems include an exposed or submerged river inlet tower and shore pumping station, siphon intake, foating intake, movable intake, and well intake. 4). The siphon pipe inlet may be a submerged crib equipped with a trash rack or simply a screen section attached to the open pipe. Siphon well intakes have a record of satisfactory service and are generally less costly than other types of shore intakes.
Custom-designed process units tend to have higher construction costs but lower maintenance needs and longer useful lives. The best decision for a specific project can be made only after a careful analysis of the costs and benefits of each feasible alternative. In general, as the plant capacity becomes smaller, preengineered and package units become more cost-effective and require less time to construct. 4 CHAPTER THREE • Plant flow schematics indicating all treatment units and equipment for both the primary treatment processes and waste handling systems • Conceptual plant layouts showing the arrangement of treatment process units and other related facilities with respect to site topography • Plant hydraulic profile establishing operating water elevations through the plant at normal and peak flow rates, for both the primary treatment process and waste handling system • Design criteria establishing treatment unit sizes and specific design factors for minimum, average, and maximum flow conditions of the major treatment processes and waste handling systems • Requirements for ancillary facilities including space needs for plant administration, laboratory, maintenance, chemical handling and storage, low and high service pumping, and water storage • Plant control concepts including plant control logic, control system architecture, and communications with off-site facilities • Treatment waste handling and ultimate disposal scheme, including off-site waste transport requirements • Architectural and structural concepts for the plant buildings and structures, including weather protection provisions for the treatment facilities • Provisions for future expansions of the plant facilities, allowing for addition of equipment and treatment process units, with plant infrastructure oversized where appropriate • Security measures required to provide the necessary protection of the plant facilities and ensure plant reliability Financial Feasibility Evaluation Financing for a water treatment plant project should be finalized during, or immediately after, the preliminary design phase, when sufficient information is available to establish a valid project budget.