Water Supply Development: Planning and Design
For many years, the combined application of hydrogeology and engineering has been applied to water resource management to effectively address both the existing and proposed use of available water supplies. The science of hydrogeology is a comprehensive look at the geology of a given area, and existing and proposed water utilization to assess water quality and water budget impacts. This science assists federal, state, and local agencies in ultimate land use planning determines for the given area.
In the past, these management techniques were applied on a regional level primarily by large public water suppliers, municipalities, and industry. Recently due to environmental awareness, hydrogeological studies are being required more and more on the local level for land use planning and development.
|•||Well citing by fracture trace analysis techniques|
|•||Aquifer testing and analysis|
|•||Source management for optimum utilization|
|•||Water supply feasibility evaluation|
|•||Water budget compilation|
|•||Long range zoning and planning|
|•||Surface water evaluations|
|•||Design and Construction|
|•||Pumping facilities design and water treatment|
|•||Water supply filtration|
|•||Design and replacement of transmission and distribution system planning|
|•||Plan and specification preparation|
|•||Bidding and contract administration assistance|
|•||Operations and Start-Up Services|
|•||Preparation of operations, maintenance, and drought contingency plans|
|•||Training of operating personnel|
|•||Pumping and treatment facilities start-up|
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18 Nov 2013
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