The Blue House Pump Station project consists of the rehabilitation of the Blue House Raw Water Intake Pump Station, which is a raw water intake pump station for the East Bank Water Treatment Plant. All work on the project was performed on the un-protected side of the Mississippi River levee which includes the removal and replacement of four raw water pumps and associated discharge piping and valves, installation of new composite pile jackets and removal and replacement of the pump stations lower access platform. The existing pump stations metal roofing and siding was replaced, in kind, with brand new metal roofing and siding. Two existing 24″ pumps and two existing 20” pumps were replaced with four new 24″ pumps. The existing discharge piping and valves were removed and replaced with brand new 24″ ductile iron piping and new 24” automated ball and butterfly valves. Each of the pump stations existing thirty wooden piles would be reinforced with a fiberglass jacket encased with Sika Carbodur rods and epoxy grout. The lower pump casings and wooden access platform were removed and replaced, in kind, with new timbers, fiberglass composite grating and new metal handrail.