Morgan Road Booster Station
Architect/Engineer: Stantec Consulting, MI
Completion Date: November, 2019
This project consisted of the rehabilitation and improvement of an existing water booster station. The building underwent salvage and demolition in which unused pumps and transformers were removed and later received upgraded electrical, mechanical, and cosmetic improvements ranging from energy efficient electrical transformers to a fresh coat of paint.
Oxidation Ditch Renovation
Architect/Engineer: Fleis & Vandenbrink
Completion Date: July, 2019
This project consisted of concrete wall replacement at the oxidation ditches, concrete crack repair, application of concrete surface coatings, and all other related work.
Independence Township DPW Building
Architect/Engineer: Hubbell Roth & Clark Inc
Completion Date: October, 2019
The project consisted of a new building addition, approximately 7,200 square feet which includes new bays for vehicles, bollards, pulverizing existing parking areas, new pavement and supplemental base course, sidewalks, curbs, underground storm sewers with connections, signage and landscaping. Removal work included pavement removal, base repairs, site clearing, earth excavation, and miscellaneous items of work necessary to parking lot improvements.
Hess-Hathaway & Ridgetop
Water Treatment Facilities
Architect/Engineer: Johnson and Anderson (DLZ)
Completion Date: July, 2009
This water treatment project is one of our proudest accomplishments at Reliance Building Company. This project consisted of the new construction of a water treatment plant that resembled a barn so as to blend in a park, as well as the addition of a primary water filter to another water treatment plant in the system. These improvements included a pressure filter, laboratory space, and a blower room. Due to Relaince's effective execution of the project, we jointly received the 2010 engineering excellence award from the American Council of Engineering Companies along with DLZ/Johnson & Anderson.
Macomb County Biofilter
Architect/Engineer: Giffels Webster
Completion Date: 2015
This project included construction of an underground concrete vault for a 20,000 CFM fan and three media filter beds. The fan is designed to pull air from the adjacent sanitary sewer system and filter it through the filter beds to reduce corrosion of the downstream system by hydro sulfuric acid.
Village Acres Iron Removal Plant
White Lake, MI
Engineer: Johnson and Anderson (DLZ)
Completion Date: June, 2016
This project consisted of the demolition and reconstruction of an existing well house for two new horizontal iron removal filters capable of filtering up to 2 million gallons of water per day. Additional equipment included chlorine and chemical feed equipment, process air blowers, and compressors. The building also housed a lab with sampling equipment. Exterior improvements included a new underground backwash retention basin and pipe connections to the distribution system.
Walled Lake - Novi WWTP
Architect/Engineer: Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber
Completion Date: May, 2016
This project consisted of constructing a 500,000 gallon cast-in-place concrete retention basin including level measurement instrumentation and site piping. The installation of a 2,500 gallon hydro-pneumatic tank and associated process piping and instrumentation was also included.
Water Treatment Plant
East China, MI
Completion Date: August, 2001
For the Charter Townships of East China and China, Reliance Building Company constructed a state-of-the-art membrane micro-filtration water treatment plant, the first plant to use the Zenon system in the Midwest. The new Zenon system was constructed to replace the 1950's era Sand filtration system and address long-standing problems with East China's source water, allowing them to meet current and future drinking water requirements. The new 2.7 million gallon per day Zenon system includes a 500,000-gallon water tank, a new water intake structure and various water distribution improvements. Construction was completed in July of 2001 and the plant was immediately brought online. This project was awarded the 2003 ACEC-MI/MSPE Engineering Excellence Merit Award and the 2004 APWA-MI Project of the Year Award, Environment $2 to $10 Million.
West Bloomfield DPW Building
West Bloomfield, MI
Architect/Engineer: Johnson & Anderson (DLZ)
Completion Date: 2017
This project included the construction of a new four bay storage garage, new fuel island and canopy, energy efficient interior and exterior lighting and façade improvements to the existing building. Site improvements included permeable pavement, concrete paving and biological swales utilizing native vegetation for stormwater retention.
Water Storage Tank
Harrison Township, MI
Architect/Engineer: Johnson & Anderson
Completion Date: August, 2012
Reliance Building Company partnered with Johnson & Anderson to design and build a 750,000 gallon water storage tank and pump station system for the Charter Township of Harrison. The system will allow the township to pump and store water purchased from DWSD during non-peak hours for later use during periods of high flow.
Water Treatment Plants
Grand Blanc, MI
Architect/Engineer: Tetra Tech MPS
Completion Date: September, 2004
This project consisted of the construction of additions at two existing water treatment plants on two separate well sites along with the installation of a membrane treatment system. This system included five, 300 gallons per minute low energy (LE) reverse osmosis (RO) membrane packages, and two clean-in-place systems. Various electrical upgrades were made for the additions one of which being the installation of diesel generators.
Wet Weather Storage Facility
Architect/Engineer: Tetra Tech
Completion Date: January, 2008
This project consisted of the installation of a 1.3 million gallon storage tank with foundation, a 7.5 million-gallon per day pump station, and associated electrical, instrumentation and site work.
Water Treatment Plant
Architect/Engineer: Tetra Tech MPS
Completion Date: June, 2002
A new 0.85 million gallon per day Water Treatment Plant was built for Chelsea with the associated site work, utilities and a water production well. This plant is based on the Tonka WT System utilizing a combination of gravity filters and Osmonics RO process.
Kensington Metropark WWTP
Architect/Engineer: Stantec Consulting
Completion Date: November, 2013
Kensington's aging wastewater treatment plant could no longer service the park. As a result, this project involved directionally drilling two miles of new HDPE forcemain to connect the park's sanitary with Milford, replacing two-thousand feet of forcemain under Kent Lake and upgrading two existing pump stations. Finally, the existing wastewater treatment plant was decommissioned and demolished.