Our Projects

Since our incorporation in 1963, J&P has completed over 400 projects throughout the southeast. In over 50 years, we have avoided default and termination while maintaining an atmosphere of integrity and quality in a low bid industry.

Lake Ogletree Raw Water Pump Station

New pump station constructed on the shore of Lake Ogletree rated at 8.5 MGD capacity including three new vertical turbine pumps with space for one future pump. The project includes design and construction of a cofferdam system to allow the construction of the concrete wetwell, 22’ x 24’ x 45’ deep concrete wetwell consisting of 700 cy of concrete, dredging of the bottom of the lake in the vicinity of the pump station, new 7,500 gallon surge tank and accessories, new electrical building to house adjustable frequency drives for the pumps as well as other associated electrical and control equipment, and associated demolition of the existing pumping station facilities. Contract is $4,797,000 and the complete date is October 14, 2014.

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Bayou Marcus Aeration Upgrade

Construction of a $901,977 expansion to the Bayou Marcus WWTF in Pensacola consisting of replacement of the oxidation ditch aerators with new WesTech aerators while keeping the basin in full service. The scope of work also included an electrical upgrade and new electrical building for the aerators. Completed in 2009

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Bob Sikes Water Reclamation Treatment Facility Expansion

Construction of a $4,986,000 expansion to the existing 300,000 GPD treatment facility to a 1.0 MGD treatment facility consisting of a new headworks screening facility, chlorine contact basin, effluent pumping station, new operations building, conversion of existing basins to membrane filtration process, yard piping, process piping, electrical, and instrumentation. Project completed in 2010.

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D’Iberville Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility

Construction of a $13,638,538 new 1.5 MGD wastewater treatment facility which includes a Headworks with mechanical screening, grit removal, oxidation ditch aeration, two final clarifiers and two future clarifier structures, chlorine contact tank, parshall flume, aeration cascade, effluent pumping station, return activated sludge pumping station, two aerobic digesters, Biosolids dewatering facility, effluent storage, odor control system, site pumping station, chemical building, administration building, maintenance garage. The project also includes new site development, access road, site piping, electrical, generator, and instrumentation. The project required more than 6,400 cy of cast in place concrete. Project was completed in 2012.

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Jackson AL Water Treatment Plant Expansion

Construction of a $4,795,000 expansion to the water treatment plant including new rapid mixers, sedimentation basins, filters, pipe gallery, filter console building, sludge clarifier, belt press and sludge handling building, modifications to the river raw water intake structure, piping, electrical, instrumentation, and sitework. Completed in 2004

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JCUA Expansions to the Gautier and Escatawpa WWTF’S

Construction of a $5,613,590 expansions to the Gautier WWTF and Escatawpa WWTF including new clarifier, RAS/WAS pumping station, splitter box, sheet piling bulkhead for new concrete basins, new digester, new sludge dewatering facility, sludge pumping station, blowers, piping, and electrical. Project Completed in 2010.

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South Stone County WWTF

Construction of a $9,047,759 new wastewater treatment facility consisting of site development, influent pumping station and force main facilities; influent screening and grit removal facilities; oxidation dich aeration basins, two clarifiers, return activated sludge pumping station; UV disinfection; post aeration; holding pond; plant operations building; standby emergency generator; electrical and instrumentation; sitework; yard piping; process piping; site utilities; and plant outfall. Project was completed in 2011.

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Dauphin Island Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Facility

Construction of a new $6,267,433.00 Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Facility. It is the first LEED certified municipal water treatment facility and the largest reverse osmosis treatment facility in the state of Alabama. The project consisted of: LEED Silver certified energy efficient water treatment facility, 1.3 MGD reverse osmosis treatment capacity, a 6,000 SF equipment and operations building, a 1200 GPM raw water production well and building, 5 miles of raw and finished water lines across the island, emergency power generators, a one million gallon prestressed concrete clearwell, associated electrical, instrumentation, controls, and demolition of the existing facility. J & P installed two membrane skids, high service pumps, RO cleaning skids, finished water pumps, and provided space and connections for future pumps and equipment. All work was performed while the existing treatment facility remained in operation. The existing facility was demolished once the new facility was put in operation. This project was completed in May of 2011.

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Pace WWTP EXPANSION

J&P completed the three million gallon expansion to WWTP plant to ensure Pace Water could keep up with the rapid growth in the area. In addition to the sewer plant, a 4,000 sf new operations center and hurricane shelter was a part of the $15,000,000 expansion. The project, completed in September, 2008 increased the treatment capacity from 2 million gallons per day (MGD) to 5 MGD.

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Auburn Clearwell

Demolition of Clearwell No. 2 in its entirety including pumps, piping and concrete structure and construction of a new 0.5 MG cast in place concrete Clearwell No. 4 including over 1,900 cy of concrete; four new vertical turbine high service pumps and one new vertical turbine backwash pump on Clearwell No. 4 including piping, valves, and appurtances; removal and replacement of tube settlers in Clarifier Basins No. 1 and No. 2 including concrete basin wall restoration; upgrade of electrical, instrumentation and control system throughout treatment facility; site work; piping and valves; and new sod and paving. The contract was $3,352,037 with a critical substantial completion of 210 days. The project was successfully completed on time.

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