Manchester Pump Stations Nos. 45, 46, & 47 Upgrades

About Upgrades to Kitsap County’s Manchester Pump Stations Nos. 45, 46, and 47 were necessary to move the wet wells upland, out of the Puget Sound, and to replace equipment that had reached the end of its useful life. Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) was chosen to rehabilitate the beach line gravity sewers to minimize environmental and public impacts. Extensive permitting effort including a JARPA, USACE Section 404 Nationwide Permit, WDFW HPA, County Shoreline, and building permits. BHC assisted the County in receiving Ecology SRF funding.



  • In-beach sewer design and construction
  • Trenchless construction methods
  • SRF Funded Project  

Manchester Yukon Pump Station


The electrical design for the new pump station includes a new utility electrical service and a new 100kW natural gas engine generator set inside the building in an acoustically treated room. The electrical distribution system includes a main circuit breaker with surge suppression, an automatic transfer switch, 480V and 208V panelboards, dry-type transformers, and solid-state soft starters. The project included a custom control panel with programmable logic controller and a radio telemetry system for communicating with the County’s office and WWTP.


  • Custom control panel design
  • Radio telemetry system design
  • New electrical service with 100kW engine generator