Consulting services provided include electrical engineering and mechanical engineering services to provide HVAC and plumbing systems design for Control Building and Operations Building.
About the Facility:
The Randall-Bold Water Treatment Plant is a state-of-the-art facility that provides safe, high-quality drinking water to residents of eastern and central Contra Costa County. Jointly owned by the Contra Costa Water District and the Diablo Water District, the plant treats water before it is pumped to the cities of Oakley, Brentwood and Antioch, and into the District’s treated-water distribution system at an entry point in Concord. Completed in 1992 and upgraded in 2007, the plant has a production capacity of 40 million gallons per day (mgd) and is designed for future expansion up to 80 mgd. Delivery of treated water from the plant into the treated-water distribution system started in 2003 with completion of the 21-mile Multi-Purpose Pipeline that stretches from Oakley to Concord.
5110 Waterworks Ln, Fairfield, CA 94533