Capital Program Management

Capital Program Management

SINGLE POINT OF RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY

In the past decade, Veolia North America has successfully completed 40 Design-Build-Operate and large capital program management projects. As the operator of hundreds of water and wastewater systems, Veolia has the experience and capability to assist with capital program management.
 
Capital planning works best when relying on data integration from multiple sources, considering asset condition, flow monitoring, pipe material age and condition, growth projections and hydraulic modeling simulation. Working closely with your team, Veolia evaluates level of service, risks, life-cycle costs and criticality to develop the optimal capital plan in conjunction with your budget process.
 
When rehabilitation is not an option, we evaluate and recommend the appropriate methods and materials for asset replacement. Our full DBO capabilities ensure smooth delivery of any required system expansion. Our experience includes treatment plants, pump stations, hydrants, meters, tanks, reservoirs, wells, and waterway maintenance.
 

FEATURED PROJECT

Tampa Bay
Capital program management: optimized design and construction saved $100 million
 
  • 120 million-gallons-per-day (MGD) water treatment plant provides Tampa Bay Water customers with drinking water that exceeds federal and state drinking water quality standards.
  • The plant— designed, built and operated by Veolia—is the largest design-build-operate (DBO) drinking water project in U.S. history, representing a potential model for other cities facing growing populations, tight budgets and water resource challenges.
  • Veolia‘s patented ACTIFLO® clarification process has proven to treat water with high variability— allowing greater access to surface water sources rather than depleted groundwater sources.
 
"We're delighted that our partnership completed the new Tampa Bay Water Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant on time and under budget. This new facility is the backbone of our regional water service to more than 2.4 million people. By every measure, whether water quality, cost or service, this project is a success."
– Jerry Seeber, General Manager of Tampa Bay Water

ADDITIONAL PROJECTS

New Orleans
Successful, long-term management of city’s 146-MGD wastewater facilities. Client immediately turned to Veolia after Hurricane Katrina left one plant under 17 feet of water.
 
Rockland County, NY 
First municipal wastewater plant in Northeast treating effluent to drinking water quality standards. Long-term DBO with operations and maintenance responsibilities – located 20 miles outside New York City.  
 

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  • Featured Project

    FEATURED PROJECT

    Tampa Bay
    Capital program management: optimized design and construction saved $100 million
     
    • 120 million-gallons-per-day (MGD) water treatment plant provides Tampa Bay Water customers with drinking water that exceeds federal and state drinking water quality standards.
    • The plant— designed, built and operated by Veolia—is the largest design-build-operate (DBO) drinking water project in U.S. history, representing a potential model for other cities facing growing populations, tight budgets and water resource challenges.
    • Veolia‘s patented ACTIFLO® clarification process has proven to treat water with high variability— allowing greater access to surface water sources rather than depleted groundwater sources.
     
    "We're delighted that our partnership completed the new Tampa Bay Water Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant on time and under budget. This new facility is the backbone of our regional water service to more than 2.4 million people. By every measure, whether water quality, cost or service, this project is a success."
    – Jerry Seeber, General Manager of Tampa Bay Water
  • Additional Projects

    ADDITIONAL PROJECTS

    New Orleans
    Successful, long-term management of city’s 146-MGD wastewater facilities. Client immediately turned to Veolia after Hurricane Katrina left one plant under 17 feet of water.
     
    Rockland County, NY 
    First municipal wastewater plant in Northeast treating effluent to drinking water quality standards. Long-term DBO with operations and maintenance responsibilities – located 20 miles outside New York City.  
     
  • Publications

    PUBLICATIONS

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