Springdale Water Utilities

Springdale , Arkansas

 
          

Capital Improvement Planning

Garver helped the Springdale Water Utilities, one of the largest and complex water and wastewater systems in Arkansas, improve a system that includes over 1,000 miles of pipe, several pump stations, tanks with five pressure plans, and 26 lift stations. By establishing working, calibrated water and wastewater hydraulic models integrated with GIS for master planning evaluations, subsequent utilities staff evaluations for improvements and development, and subsequent master plan updates to prioritize capital improvements, Garver helped the utility reduce operating cost with respect to potable water loss and infiltration to the wastewater collection system. Based on population projections and other factors, the average daily water demand at the Springdale Water Utilities is estimated at approximately 18 million gallons per day (MGD) by 2020, and 32 MGD by 2040. 

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We’re developing working, calibrated water and wastewater hydraulic models integrated with GIS for master planning evaluations herein, subsequent utilities staff evaluations for improvements and development, and subsequent master plan updates on a five-year basis.
Chris Buntin Garver Senior Project Manager

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