The Missouri River Water Resource Recovery Facility (MRWRRF) was built in 1964. Before improvements were completed, the MRWRRF could treat approximately 50 million gallons of wastewater per day during wet weather events. Upgrades now allow the MRWRRF to treat 150 million gallons per day during wet weather flows, ultimately reducing the amount of untreated wastewater sent to the Missouri River. The MRWRRF CSO improvement were completed in three major phases or schedules (A, B1, B2). In addition, a separate project to replace the pumps to ensure reliability is currently under construction.
These improvements, when combined with other projects that are being built to deliver additional wet weather flows to the MRWRRF, will result in a significant reduction in bacterial loading to the Missouri River, consistent with the goals of the Long Term Control Plan.
*As of August 2017, the Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Plant (MRWWTP) Improvements Project is now known as the Missouri River Water Resource Recovery Facility (MRWRRF) Improvements Project.
Three of the five wastewater pumps have been replaced.
Schedule A – Q3 2014
Schedule B1 – Q3 2016
Schedule B2 – Q4 2019
Wetlands Mitigation – Q4 2015
Bank Stabilization – Q2 2017
Schedule A – $19.6 million
Schedule B1 – $61.8 million
Schedule B2 – $52 million
Wetlands Mitigation – $411,000
Bank Stabilization – $7 million
City of Omaha
Hawkins Construction Company
LTCP Project Name: Missouri River WWTP Improvement
Construction Contract: OPW 52200 – Missouri River WWTP-Schedule A
Construction Contract: OPW 51875 – Improvements to the Missouri River WWTP-Schedule B1
Construction Contract: OPW 52648 – Improvements to the Missouri River WWTP-Schedule B2
Construction Contract: OPW 52570 – MRWRRF: Wetlands Mitigation
Construction Contract: OPW 52494 – MRWRRF: Bank Stabilization
Construction Contract: OPW 53408 – MRWRRF: Transfer Lift Station Pump Replacement