Project Overview

This project consisted of the construction of an industrial wastewater treatment-to-renewable energy facility that included:

  • All site work and tie-in to existing force main
  • Anaerobic reactor and related gas safety equipment
  • Aeration basin and clarifier
  • Earthen-lined storage lagoons
  • Administration/control building
  • Biogas storage, H2S removal, compression, and drying equipment with enclosures
  • 633kW biogas engine generator
  • All above- and below-grade mechanical piping and ancillary equipment
  • All electrical, control, and instrumentation

Despite an extremely marshy landscape and demanding schedule, the team was able to achieve compliance with DOE 1603 grant requirements.

Project highlights include:

  • Design and installation of an 8.5 million gallon ADI-BVF® anaerobic reactor with floating cover
  • Completion of 1,200 LF of footing and 12’ high retaining wall in 5 weeks
  • Placement of a 1,000 cubic yard mat-slab foundation in one pour
  • H2S removal utilizing both chemical and biological scrubbing
  • Construction of new 36 million gallon lined storage lagoons

Energy Market Leader

Dan Goymerac, P.E. / Vice President, Industrial Business Development, Energy
920.969.7004
dan.goymerac@miron-construction.com

Owner:

Bush Brothers & Company

Awards:

  • 2012 Build Wisconsin Award presented by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin