Water Distribution Systems, Sanitary Sewer, and Drainage Design & Construction
It’s important to be 100% compliant with Federal and State clean water regulations when designing sanitary sewage systems – and we are.
Waterborne diseases caused by the entry of sewage-contaminated groundwater in the distribution systems of public water continue to be a problem in the U.S. Leaking sewers saturate the surrounding soil with sewage, causing illness.
Leaks can happen as a result of structural failure of the sewer line, improperly constructed joints or upheaval of the soil encasing the conduit. Simply put: a big mess.
The same holds true when we design and construct a water distribution system, whose purpose is to deliver water to the individual consumer in the required quantity and at sufficient pressure. We take the usual considerations into account, including peak hour demands with wells/booster pumping plants on; maximum day demand plus fire flow with wells/booster pumping plants off; minimum hour demands with wells/boosters on.
Our Water Distribution & Sanitary Sewer Systems Work
We’ve completed projects in Oregon, Waterville, Perrysburg and Toledo, Ohio, and welcome all inquiries about potential projects. Check out the pics of some of our successfully completed projects below: