Recirculating Pea Gravel Filter under
construction. Wastewater Treatment
Improvements - Stockton State Park
Secondary Clarifier under construction.
Wastewater Treatment Improvements -
Ozark Correctional Facility
The Hunt Branch Trunk Sewer
Extension project required careful
alignment selection and design
considerations to maintain water
quality, protect aquatic habitat, and to
prevent the unnecessary loss of trees
and wildlife habitat while maximizing
development potential.
Current Projects Underway:
  • Current projects underway for which White River Engineering, Inc. is the principal engineer include the following:


























    Wastewater Treatment Improvements for Stockton State Park in Dadeville, Missouri for the Department of Natural
    Resources, Division of  State Parks and Office of Administration, Division of Facilities Management, Design and
    Construction:  Project includes planning and design of a duplex grinder pump station and related force main, and a
    new wastewater treatment system to serve the Park, Campground and Marina. Wastewater treatment improvements
    consist of a recirculating pea gravel filter system preceded by a septic tank with recycle of filter effluent back to the
    septic tank to achieve denitrification, followed by ultraviolet (UV) disinfection and subsurface dispersion of treated
    effluent via a low pressure pipe (LPP) system.  Improvements also include an aerobic treatment unit (ATU)
    pretreatment system for RV Dump Station Waste.  The $800,000 project is currently under construction.

    Wastewater Treatment Improvements for Ozark Correctional Facility in Fordland, Missouri for the Department of
    Corrections and Office of Administration, Division of Facilities Management, Design and Construction:  Project
    includes planning and design of wastewater treatment system expansion to serve the Correctional Facility.
    Wastewater treatment improvements consist of phosphorus removal components, new screening equipment,
    secondary clarifier and ultraviolet (UV) disinfection system.  Improvements also include rehabilitation of existing
    clarifier equipment, outfall sewer improvements and stormwater management improvements. The $475,000 project
    is currently under construction.

    Springday Hills Sanitary Sewer District in Springfield, Missouri for Greene County Resource Management
    Department:  Project included design of approximately 3,600 feet of 8 inch gravity sewer, 12 manholes, and 68
    service connections to provide sanitary sewer service to an existing subdivision.  Design is complete and easement
    acquisition is currently underway. Estimated construction cost is $520,000.

    Hunt Branch Trunk Sewer Extension for City of Springfield, Missouri:  Project included design of approximately
    12,800 feet of 18 and 21 inch gravity sewer. Design is complete and easement acquisition is currently underway.
    Estimated construction cost is $1,300,000.

    Chappel Farms Trunk Sewer Extension for City of Springfield, Missouri: Project included design of approximately
    2,600 feet of 12 and 15 inch gravity sewer and 900 foot long double barrel 8 and 10 inch inverted siphon (depressed
    sewer) under Wilson Creek. Design is complete and easement acquisition is currently underway. Estimated
    construction cost is $850,000.
    Farm Road 104 Low Water Crossing near Strafford, Missouri for Greene County Highway Department:  Project
    includes planning and design of new 24’ wide by 50’ long concrete structure over dual 18” concrete culvert pipes,
    modifications to existing roadway alignment and preparation of Right of Way acquisition documents to replace an
    existing deteriorated low water crossing structure. Design development is complete and under review by the Client
    and Regulatory Agencies. Estimated construction cost is $200,000.

  • A partial listing of current projects underway on which White River Engineering, Inc. is a sub-consultant to the principal
    architect/engineer include the following:

    Jasper FEMA Addition in Jasper, Missouri for Dake|Wells Architecture, Inc.:  Preparation of detailed plans and
    specifications for site layout, site grading, stormwater management, and site utilities for new building and parking lot
    addition to the Jasper R-V School. The project was designed to meet all FEMA requirements within a short time
    frame to insure all funding requirements were met. The $2,375,000 project is currently under construction and
    scheduled to be completed in fall of 2012.

    New Prime Subdivision, Springfield, Missouri for Butler-Rosenbury and Partners, Inc.: Project includes public
    improvement plan preparation for Street, Sidewalk, Storm Sewer, and Stormwater Detention for a new commercial
    subdivision. The project required extensive watershed and floodplain analysis and coordination with the US Army
    Corps of Engineers. Estimate construction cost is $300,000.