Felix was the General Contractor on this wastewater treatment plant UV disinfection system replacement project in Sherman, TX.
Felix was selected as the Job Order Contractor by the City of Phoenix. The initial 3-year contract was extended 2-years due to quality performance. Once the 5-year contract term limit had expired, Felix was again selected for a new 3-year contract. Project Overview The City of Phoenix, AZ has a need for constant improvements, upgrades and rehabilitation to their 23rd […]
Felix was the General Contractor for this project that included civil improvements, electrical modifications, and installation of standby generators at five North Texas Municipal Water District lift stations.
Felix and Dibble Engineering were selected as the Design-Build team to design and construct 5 1/2 miles of a 12-inch C900 transmission main to convey effluent from the Central Buckeye Wastewater Treatment Plant to the Sundance Water Reclamation Facility allowing the effluent to be used in the Sundance service area.
Felix was the General Contractor (part of a Job Order Contract) on this project that involved converting old traveling bridge sand filters at the 157th Ave Wastewater Treatment Plant to Disk filters.
Felix served as the General Contractor for the construction of a new Lift Station and force main for The City of Farmers Branch.
Felix served as the General Contractor for the rehabilitation of a Sewer Lift Station for the City of Farmers Branch, TX.
Felix was the General Contractor (Job Order Contract) in charge of construction of the mile-long pipeline that pumps water from the Superfund site to the spring training facility. This project was selected nationally as a Top Project of 2015 by the Water & Wastewater Digest.
Felix Construction was the prime contractor on this Water Reclamation Plant disinfection improvements project.
Felix was selected as the Construction Manager at Risk to upgrade the Town of Clarkdale’s existing WWTP within a tight budget by disassembling a decommissioned Biological Treatment Unit (BTU) Plant in Surprise, AZ and reconstructing it in Clarkdale, AZ. As a result of the Team’s efforts, this project was the selected by WIFA as the Clean Water (Wastewater Infrastructure) Project of the Year.