The project’s goal was to improve reliability by upgrading aging infrastructure and providing redundancy and resiliency with the installation of a new force main. The force main system conveyed approximately 2.0 million gallons of wastewater per day (2.0 MGD) to the destination plant. The City elected to replace and upgrade the system as necessary from Lift Stations 10 and 12 to the North Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. This phase included a new force main between LS 12 and the existing Broward County 54-inch diameter force main, which conveys flows east along Sample Road to a termination point at the NRWWTP, and rehabilitation of the force main from LS 12 to the connection from the Wynmoor Community, just west of the Florida Turnpike. The final design included 7,190 feet of a 20-inch HDPE force main, rehabilitation of 4,420 feet of an existing 24-inch force main using trenchless technology, and a new magmeter installation at LS 12. The 20-inch was designed using directional drilling and the rehabilitation using PVC sliplining.R.J. Behar completed the electrical and control design for the installation of the new magnetic flow meter.