Surveying and Mapping


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In March of 2007, the City of Lompoc began the 27-month, $80 million project for the Lompoc Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The upgrades improved treatment reliability and allowed the plant to meet new, stricter discharge requirements. Upgrades included management of the entire treatment process to a fiber-optic SCADA system. The new system monitored flow rates, gathered information about operations, and controlled when pumps turned on or off. All system data would be saved in a historical database. Parsons/RCI selected Cannon to provide survey services for construction of the new structures and pipelines at the existing WWTP. Cannon’s scope of work included establishment of horizontal and vertical control; staking and certification for rough grading; settlement monitoring of existing storage tanks and buildings; and staking and as-built certification of oxidation basins, new facilities, storage tanks and pipelines.

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Lompoc, California

Surveying and Mapping