Black Water secured a State Water Resources Control Board Drinking Water State Revolving Fund for construction of water pipeline extensions to consolidate out-of-service boundary mobile home parks with non-compliant water systems with a nearby compliant water system. The project includes the design of approximately 9,200 linear feet of 10-inch diameter water pipeline and 4,500 linear feet of 12-inch diameter pipeline. Black Water provided all-inclusive engineering services for planning, design, engineering services during construction, and construction management for the project.
Black Water evaluated an existing wastewater treatment facility and determined future improvements for reliable operation and compliance with California Regional Water Quality Control Board regulations.
Funding for the planning and construction project was secured through the State Water Resources Control Board Clean Water State Revolving Fund. Black Water prepared the final design plans, specifications, and bid documents for the recommended improvements.
Black Water completed the hydraulic network analysis for a city’s Water System Master Plan water distribution system. Additionally, a recycled water feasibility study was completed as part of the Water System Master Plan. The recycled water feasibility study included an evaluation of the existing wastewater treatment facilities and provided an analysis of alternatives to implement a recycled water program to supplement water usage with recycled water consistent with applicable recycled water storage and disposal methods.