Wright Construction provided Construction Management services for five miles of roadway, site infrastructure, and the operations building housing the plant operations offices, control room, and the RO processing equipment. Additional provisions included the necessary infrastructure for the installation of all electronics within the facility. The building contains a workshop providing plant staff with ample space to repair pumps, valves, and other equipment necessary to keep every element running well. A cutting-edge monitoring lab was also constructed for staff, enabling them to monitor the water quality of the plant’s output and the real-time performance of all of the systems. The building was constructed to withstand hurricane winds, assuring the ability of Lee County to provide clean drinking water during and after the occurrence of a storm.
This facility was not only constructed to withstand 200 mph winds but it was also designed with redundant systems to ensure continuous service throughout a disaster event, as well as after, acting as a recovery management center. Green Meadows is very rich in technology, offering state-of-the-art systems for communication.