Nemacolin Woodlands (NWL), a Five Star resort, spa and golf club located in Fayetteville, Pennsylvania, contracted Penn E&R to completely redesign its water supply system. At the time, NWL needed about 250,000 gallons of potable water a day to meet the needs of its guests, plus another 250,000 for irrigation purposes. Due to the high iron concentration and low pH of the raw water at the resort, they had historically struggled to do so.
Penn E&R designed and built a virtually operator-independent water treatment system to convert soluble iron ions into insoluble iron hydroxide, and because a disruption in water supply could be devastating to the resort, the project was completed in just four short months.
KEY PROJECT FEATURES INCLUDE:
- Design and Construction of Ground Water Supply and Treatment System with Redundancy
- Demolition of Existing Facilities
- Excavation, Backfill and Grading
- Site Restoration
- Post-Construction Operation and Maintenance (O&M)