Assisted the District with the construction of two sanitary sewer lines.View Project
Reconstruction of the wastewater system has been upgraded to meet future needs and to bring the system to current Federal and State standards.View Project
The feasibility study looked at the hydrologic, hydraulic, and cost analysis of a hydropower project diverting water from the Sevier River into an existing canal and reintroducing it back to the river.View Project
This study was prepared to determine the most economical capacity and configuration of the powerplant and identify the quantity and cost of power to be produced.View Project
A plan was implemented to come up with a process of obtaining funding for improvements and upgrades to the city's sewer system.View Project
Evaluated the hydropower potential of a waterline crossing the client's property. Preliminary design of the hydropower plant and related facilities was completed, including transmission.View Project
Through our partnership with Franson Civil Engineers, we created a project with long-lasting value for our citizens… they provided excellent service by engineering a design to reduce construction time and save costs… our concerns and needs were always at the forefront of Franson’s work… they have been a great partner… I highly recommend Franson Civil Engineers.
As President of Franson Civil Engineers, Eric leads the firm in maintaining their reputation for high professional standards in quality control and client satisfaction.
As an experienced Project Manager, Layne is known for successfully leading challenging projects, specifically those with technical and environmental compliance issues.
Jay Franson founded Franson Civil Engineers in 1989 and subsequently worked tirelessly to build its reputation as the best water resources engineering firm in Utah.