Water Supply & Distribution

 

Our background in water supply and distribution includes the design of pump stations, ground & elevated storage tanks, well design, and waterline design. River City Engineering also has expertise in water rights acquisition and Master Planning.

 

FM 3009 1-MG Elevated Storage Tank

 

The City of Garden Ridge’s FM 3009 1-MG Elevated Storage Tank project was funded by the Texas Water Development Board. The project included the construction of a 1.0-MG composite elevated water storage tank and the expansion of the existing pump station including the installation of two 1,000-gpm pumps. The project also included electrical, paving, and associated site work.

 

Leissner Booster Pump Station

 

The Canyon Regional Water Authority’s Leissner Booster Pump Station receives water from the Wells Ranch WTP and conveys water to several entities including East Central SUD, Green Valley SUD, and SAWS. This project included the installation of three new 2,100-gpm pumps, a 2-MG pre-stressed ground storage tank, and a Chlorine/LAS building.  Special design considerations were involved to allow for future expansion which is anticipated to include three additional pumps and two additional 2-MG storage tanks.

 

Steiner Ranch Pump Station

 

Travis County W.C.I.D. No. 17’s Steiner Ranch Pump Station conveys water from two existing ground storage tanks in the Steiner Ranch pressure plane to two existing storage tanks in the Comanche Trail pressure plane. The pump station improvements project included replacing the two existing split case centrifugal pumps with three new 1,500-gpm vertical turbine pumps. The project also included new control valve assemblies, installation of a new generator, associated electrical, instrumentation, and site work.

 

Wells Ranch Phase II Transmission Line

 

The Canyon Regional Water Authority’s Wells Ranch Phase II Transmission Line project included approximately 47,000-LF of 30” waterline to connect two separate segments of the Phase I transmission line. Special design considerations had to be accounted for since the alignment of the waterline crossed dense vegetation, state and county roads, creeks, and farmland.

 

FM 3009 & FM 2252 Waterline Relocations

 

The City of Garden Ridge’s FM 3009 & FM 2252 Waterline Relocation project included the relocation of approximately 1,500-LF of 12” waterline. The relocation was in conjunction with TxDOT road improvements and design included coordination efforts with other local utilities including electrical, gas, telecommunications, and other municipalities’ water lines. This project included an aggressive design schedule and deadlines set forth by TxDOT and was completed ahead of schedule and under budget.

 

City of Austin Emergency Interconnect

 

The Travis County W.C.I.D. No. 17’s City of Austin Emergency Interconnect project included the connection of W.C.I.D No. 17’s water system to the City of Austin’s water system in order to provide an emergency interconnect to W.C.I.D No. 17’s system. The project included the construction of approximately 5,000-LF of 16” waterline including three bores under Highway 620, a master meter, reduced pressure backflow preventer, and pressure relief and pressure sustaining valves.

 

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