Archer Western to Expand White Tanks Regional Water Treatment Plant
SURPRISE, ARIZ. - Archer Western was awarded the White Tanks Regional Water Treatment Plant 2019 Expansion and Process Upgrades with EPCOR.
This project includes the installation of a CoMag® system for a drinking water facility. This is the first of its kind in the U.S. The CoMag® system, by Evoqua, which uses magnetite — fully inert iron ore particles — to settle chemical floc up to 30 times faster than conventional treatments while extending equipment service life.
“Award of this project reflects the trust and capability of our team to deliver this high profile project with safety and quality at the forefront,” said Brad Sanders, Program Manager of Archer Western's Arizona Region, “We have had a great partnership with both EPCOR Water and Evoqua in the Southwest for years. Integration of this technology at the White Tanks Treatment Plant is exciting for the client as well as our industry.”
Archer Western is part of The Walsh Group, a 119-year-old family owned company providing design, build, finance, operation and activation services. The Walsh Group operates as Archer Western, Walsh Construction and Walsh Canada. The firm is currently listed as the largest water treatment and desalination plant builder, and largest wastewater treatment plant builder by Engineering News-Record.