In 2017, the City of Byron hired Fehr Graham to provide Phase III construction engineering services for a new headworks facility. This facility replaced a manual bar screen with a rotating, mechanical bar screen. At more than 20 feet tall and an average opening of 3 mm in the screen, the rotating mechanical bar screen was sized to accommodate normal daily and peak flow rates. The building also houses a raw sewage pumping station, with three variable frequency drive pumps and a large wet well. The project included significant electrical systems, including a motor control cabinet, controls to allow for integration into the City’s Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system and a standby generator. This was the first improvement project at the wastewater treatment facility in more than 20 years and is the start of a multi-year, phased renovation program for the facility.