The UV Disinfection Facility in Sitka, Alaska provides the additional microbial and disinfection controls required by the Environmental Protection Agency’s Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rules. The new 5,400 square foot facility has the capacity to treat six million gallons of water per day. The project includes development of a green-field site, a new, pre-engineered metal building with a basement, installation of owner-furnished UV disinfection equipment, fluoride system, a standby generator, and ancillary systems. The ground floor of the building houses offices and storage rooms.
client: City and Borough of Sitka
architect: CH2M Hill