Case Study

North Clear Creek WTP

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency marked the grand opening of the North Clear Creek Water Treatment Plant on July 31, 2017. The new facility, at the south end of Black Hawk, treats contaminated water from the Gregory Incline, the National Tunnel and Gregory Gulch, conveyed to the plant via a pipeline. The lime-based high-density sludge plant is designed to treat anticipated flows ranging from 150 gallons per minute to 600 gallons per minute.

The building is clad in metal roof and wall panels from Metal Sales for ultimate durability.

Courtesy of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Project Details

North Clear Creek WTP

Project Completion Date: 2017
Project Type: Municipality/Public Works
Architect: Bennett Wagner Grody Architects