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Colorado Public Works Journal: Pinnacle at Summitville


A new water treatment plant at Summitville Mine Superfund Site removes heavy metals from acid mine drainage-contaminated groundwater. Completion of the new WTP in Sept. 2011 signifies the final chapter of the site's 19-year environmental remediation that cost more than $200 million.

The Mountain Mail: Wastewater Plant Will Protect River

July 2012

The Salida Wastewater Treatment Facility project is located adjacent to the Arkansas River, which is vital to the local economy.

Treatment Plant Operator: Small Package, Big Result

April 2011

An IFAS Process helps a Colorado Sanitation District meet the challenge of a tougher permit limit on effluent ammonia.

Rumbles Magazine: Using CMAR for a Water Utility Project

March 2011

The Marston Filter Plant 2 Experience: Denver Water utilizes CMAR (Construction Manager at Risk), a specialized delivery method, to better fit their needs to construct another filter plant.

American Red Cross:Hometown Heroes Award


Four Moltz Construction employees received a "Hometown Hero Award" from the American Red Cross for their lifesaving work at the scene of an accident at the remote Summitville Mine. Trained in Basic First Aid & CPR, they quickly put their skills into action, and assessed the injured worker's injuries, stabilized him, and prepared him for emergency evacuation.

Design-Build Institute of America: Design-Build Award


Moltz Construction, along with Burns & McDonnell Engineering, was given the "Design-Build Excellence Award for "Water/Wastewater Under $25 Million" at the 2010 Design-Build Awards Ceremony. The Fairplay, Colorado WWTF included clarifiers and process piping placed 20' below grade to meet high-altitude, severe climate design requirements.

Colorado Construction Magazine: Gold Hard Hat Award


The City of Alamosa, Colorado's new Water Treatment Plant, constructed by Moltz Construction, was selected by a panel of industry experts as the top "Civil/Public Works project" within Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, North and South Dakota.