WATER STORAGE ASSESSMENT AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS Great Falls, Montana About the Project The City of Great Falls maintains several water storage facilities located within its distribution system. In 2012, the… Read More »Great Falls Water Storage Assessment and Related Improvements
RAMPART DAM VALVE CONDITION ASSESSMENT Colorado Springs, Colorado About the Project Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU) has numerous pump and valve stations throughout its system that are confidential for security reasons… Read More »Colorado Springs Utilities Rampart Dam Valve Condition Assessment
The oil boom in western North Dakota created a frenzy of industrial activity and economic development. The area’s infrastructure wasn’t ready for the boom and was inadequately sized to handle this extreme growth.
AE2S worked with local community leaders to develop the Western Area Water Supply Project (WAWSP), a regional water system that supplies drinking water from the Missouri River, supplemented with groundwater from the R&T Water Supply Commerce Authority (WSCA), to meet the municipal, rural, and industrial water needs for all or parts of McKenzie, Williams, Divide, Burke, and Mountrail Counties
The Chippewa Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy’s Reservation and the State of Montana, through the Reserved Water Rights Commission, negotiated a settlement of the Tribe’s Water Rights Claims. The Compact, ratified by the 1997 Montana Legislature and signed by President Clinton in December of 1999, provided a water allocation of 10,000 acre feet to the Tribe from Tiber Reservoir, south of Chester, Montana
Watertown Municipal Utilities (WMU) administers the water utility within the City of Watertown, SD. Due to compliance issues with increasingly complex surface water regulations and concerns over elevated concentrations of disinfectant by-products (DBPs), along with the age of many components within the Lake Kampeska WTP, the continued use of the surface water became less attractive to Watertown
To address increasing water demands, and to provide a reliable water source for the community, the City of Bismarck retained AE2S to design a new Horizontal Collector Well (HCW) intake for the Bismarck Water Treatment Plant. AE2S followed a phased approach for design of the HCW system. The project was separated into three components; Phase I consists of the collector caisson and lateral wells, Phase II is the raw water transmission line from the well to the WTP, and Phase III includes the pumping station at the well
The Provo River Water Users Association supplies raw water to many bulk customers in the Salt Lake City metro area and delivers water across three counties including Salt Lake, Wasatch, and Utah counties. They are responsible for operating a Bureau of Reclamation dam, intake, and power plant that was conceived in the 1930s. As the dam outlet works is approaching 81 years of use, the Association is looking to the AE2S team to help them determine what improvements to make