Wastewater Treatment System ImprovementsHoughton Lake, MichiganMap View
Gosling Czubak provided the planning, assisted with the SRF funding acquisition, designed, permitted and provided construction engineering on this $8.0M expansion and improvement to the wastewater treatment and discharge system serving the western portion of Houghton Lake. Originally built in the 1970s, the facility discharges to a massive wetland complex at the headwaters of the Muskegon River. The newly improved facility includes over 60 acres of lagoons, 20 acres of infiltration filter beds, 85 acres of septage basins, and an upgraded wetland discharge. It has a capacity of 1 MGD.