Unable to meet the growing peak demands, this 2,100 gallon per minute Western System Booster Pump Station allows Lamar County WSD to meet current and future peak demands for the 40% of the systems customers that it serves.

Our Solution

Hayter Engineering prepared the application for Lamar County WSC to apply to the Texas Water Development Board for a low interest loan from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to address the need for more pumping, storage, and transmission capacity. The LCWSD’s existing distribution system connections to the City of Paris system were not adequate for the projected peak day demand for the western half of the LCWSD system.

Particular improvements included a new booster pump station with three pumps – each with a capacity of 2,100 gallons per minute, yard piping, electrical, and controls.

Additionally, an RTU was installed at this facility for communication with the SCADA system.

This project was part of a larger project which also included a new 500,000 gallon ground storage tank and a 16” transmission main.

Project Details


Lamar County, Texas




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