Cox-Edwards acts as the General Contractor on projects for both the new water well and booster pump station sites for the sanitary districts within Wayne County. For the houses constructed at the well and booster pump station sites, we subcontract to specialty trade the electrical, masonry, painting, footing, vinyl siding, concrete, roof framing, chain link, fencing, metal/shingle roofing, insulation of concrete blocks, and insulation on vats in ceiling. For the site we also subcontract the grading, paving, and any demolition if required. We perform all line work and installation of flanged cut pipe, fittings, meters, pumps, and valves with our own forces.
BPSD CN 112 – Water Well Pump and Well House 30
Location: 469 Stuckey Rd. – Wayne County
This project included clearing and grubbing and grading a well site, installing water main pipes, installing gate valves, a flow control valve, a check valve, a propeller meter, and various pipe fittings, and building a concrete block building with brick siding. The well pump is rated at 100 gallons per minute each with 309 FT of total dynamic head. We subcontracted out the chlorine and fluride feed systems. The well house is a 30’-8” x 20’ concrete block structure with brick siding and a shingled A-framed roof. The project was completed in August 2010 for a cost of $208,272.00 for the Belfast-Patetown Sanitary District.