Water Works Engineers specializes in assisting utilities in manage their collection systems through a Capacity Management Operations and Maintenance (CMOM) approach.
- Capacity & Hydraulic Modeling
Water Works Engineers understands that infrastructure outside the treatment plant – i.e. water distribution and wastewater collection systems – is often a utility’s single largest investment. We have extensive experience in gravity and pressurized pipelines; booster pumps and lift stations; steel and concrete storage tanks; metering and pressure reducing facilities; water quality monitoring stations; manholes and junction structure. We have completed water distribution computer models for large cities and 50 connection developments. These models have supported regional water supply planning efforts and simple utility connection. We have utilized multiple water and sewer hydraulic modeling platforms to identify capacity upgrades and develop mitigation for water quality concerns.
- Management, Operations, & Maintenance Assistance
We offer proven experience in asset management; operation and maintenance program development; water quality assessment, and regulatory compliance. Some of our expertise in this area includes:
- Asset Management and Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
- Sewer System Management Plans (SSMP)
- Lift Station and Manhole Inspections
- Closed Circuit Television Inspection (CCTV)
- Standardized Defect Coding (PACP, MACP, LACP)
- Life-Cycle Analysis
- and so much more!
Water Works Engineers staff have also prepared numerous O&M Manuals and Operation Guides for our clients. We see good O&M Manuals not as project “add-ons” or afterthoughts, but as an important means of providing critical information to those who need it the most – the facility operators.