Water and Wastewater

Lake Thunderbird 48-inch Raw Water Line

Addressing population growth

Garver evaluated the potential size, length, capacity, and location for the city of Norman's new raw water conveyance line, which was needed after population growth had outdated the previous pipeline, constructed in the 1960s. After hydraulic modeling was completed to confirm the pipeline size, Garver designed roughly 13,000 linear feet of 48-inch pipe from Lake Thunderbird to the Vernon Campbell Water Treatment Plant. The new waterline replaced the old 30-inch pipe, and capacity was increased to 19.5 million gallons per day (MGD) for the Central Oklahoma Master Conservancy District and the city.

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