Cannon & Cannon’s partnership with the Glasgow Water Company in Glasgow, Kentucky is another example of Cannon & Cannon’s ability to assist local municipalities find money to get projects done.
Cannon & Cannon, Inc. provided grant application assistance and engineering services for the funding and design of Glasgow Water Company’s (GWC) Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) upgrades. The previous average daily flow capacity of the WWTP was 3 MGD with the plan to double it to 6 MGD with a hydraulic capacity of 10 MGD.
The first phase of the project included the replacement/upgrade of the WWTP’s headworks, RAS/WAS pump station, and the secondary clarifiers. The design and construction of a 7 million gallon equalization basin was also included with this phase of the project. CCI helped GWC apply for an EDA grant for this project and at the time of grant award GWC received the largest EDA Grant ever awarded in the State of Kentucky at $1.8 million dollars.
The second phase of the project included design of secondary clarifiers, new headworks, a new influent pump station, a storm surge basin and a RAS/WAS pump station.