Fort Sill

Lawton, Oklahoma

We were awarded ownership and a 50-year contract for the operations and maintenance of the water and wastewater treatment facilities and distribution and collection systems at Fort Sill in Lawton, Oklahoma.

Our responsibilities include system capital investment, regulatory and environmental compliance, planning, asset recapitalization, and long term operations and maintenance. The water and wastewater systems at Fort Sill serve a population of 71,000.

We are using employing innovative ways to maximize efficiency that lead to savings through our optimization of the facilities. Immediate impacts include the optimization of chemical usage that will reduce by half the amount of dried tons of sludge disposed annually. The water system includes over 105 miles of pipe, four pump stations, six storage towers, a booster pumping station, and numerous fire hydrants.  

The wastewater utility includes a tertiary treatment facility that on average processes 1.6 million gallons per day (MGD), with a maximum of 4.3 MGD.

Vendor Information & Forms

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS

Division 1 - General Requirements

Division 3 - Concrete

Division 5 - Metals

Division 9 - Finishes

Division 22 - Plumbing

Division 26 - Electrical

Division 31 - Earthwork

Division 32 - Exterior Improvements

Division 33 - Utilities

STANDARD DETAILS

General 

Wastewater

Water

DESIGN GUIDE

Military Services Group Design Guide (Jan 2017)

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS AND DETAILS REVISIONS LOG

2017 Revision Log (current as of Jan 2017)

ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS

For more information about the Military Services Group Standard Specifications and Details, please contact Preethy Dileepkumar, Project Engineer, 570-793-6507.