The Livermore Water Reclamation Plant treats 2.3 billion gallons of wastewater each year. Of that, approximately 0.8 billion gallons of wastewater goes through additional treatment to become recycled water for use in irrigation and fire protection. The plant’s solids undergo thickening, stabilization, and dewatering before being transported offsite to use as landfill cover. This project consists of the rehabilitation and upgrade of the primary and secondary wastewater treatment facilities. Work includes mechanical equipment replacement, structural concrete repair and coating, electrical motor control center replacements, and PLC consolidation.