HR Green can help you address needs such as upgrading or modernization of existing, as well as complete design of new facilities.
Our approach to facility design is proactive, offering energy saving initiatives that strategically invest dollars into process upgrades. This allows your facility to help meet future regulations, while reducing out of pocket costs and expenses or generating additional revenue.
Our services include full design of facilities, data collection, existing conditions assessment, system modeling, energy saving initiatives, regulatory compliance, capacity expansion, alternatives analysis and design, rate structure recommendations, design of HVAC improvements, electrical engineering, well pump design, and construction services.
Treatment Plant Experience
Woodward Water Treatment Plant
Xenia Rural Water District needed upgrades to its Woodward Water Treatment Plant (WTP), originally constructed in 1983.
Lime Residual Improvements
The City of Ottumwa was looking to improve the capacity and redundancy of the existing residuals handling system and improve system reliability.
Backwash Basin and Filter Expansion for Water Purification Plant
Sioux Falls, SD
The City of Sioux Falls, SD needed to upgrade a filter and backwash basin to expand the capacity of the existing plant to meet the future water demands.
Lakewood Water Treatment Plant Improvements
The City of Plano wanted to improve the water treatment plant that serves the Lakewood Homes subdivision.
Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plant Well Design
A new reverse osmosis (RO) treatment facility to treat Jordan aquifer well water while integrating it within existing lime softening treatment facilities.
Water System Evaluation
The City of Palo is a town of approximately 900 people which had no city-wide public drinking water distribution system prior to the flood of June 2008.
Water Purification Plant Filter Expansion
Sioux Falls, SD
The City of Sioux Falls Water Purification Plant (WPP) provides potable water for the greater Sioux Falls metro area. Master planning by previous consultants revealed a need for increased capacity to meet future water demands. Several “bottlenecks” were identified within the WPP treatment processes, and one of the most critical was the filtration process.
Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Facility
Ft. Madison, IA
The City of Fort Madison placed into operation a new 5 mgd reverse osmosis water treatment facility in the summer of 2010.
Hartley Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Facility
The northwestern Iowa community of Hartley has historically derived municipal water from the Dakota Sandstone aquifer, which can produce mineral-rich water with an increased possibility of contamination from farm chemical leaching. Historically treated by aeration and filtration for iron removal, this groundwater source remained with extremely high hardness, sulfate, and total dissolved solids levels earning its reputation for some of the poorest drinking water quality in the State of Iowa.
April 1, 2019