Franson Civil was hired by the Utah Division of Water Resources (DWRe) to design the relocation of the outlet works for the rehabilitation of the dam and spillway at Millsite Reservoir, which is located in Ferron, Utah. There are several aspects of this elaborate and substantial multi-year project that have required and continue to require excellent service. First, we completed the project design phase. We are now working full-time to provide Utah DWRe with on-site field engineering oversight and construction management.View Project
Franson Civil Engineers designed a new diversion for the Little Cottonwood Brown Ditch System in order to rehabilitate the diversion dam and stop significant water loss.View Project
Franson Civil formed and worked with a Technical Advisory Committee to provide alternatives to Crockett Avenue Irrigation and Distribution, Inc. to accommodate their evolving water needs. Our team determined that the most beneficial alternative was to build a complete pressure irrigation system. Environmental and financial analysis will continue as the project progresses.View Project
Franson Civil Engineers was hired by Cottonwood Mutual Water Company to build a new 1-million-gallon water tank to be able to store more culinary water.View Project
The Spanish Fork South Irrigation Company (SFSIC) wanted to improve the South Field canal to make it more efficient and safer for the public. We designed a solution that helped SFSIC better measure and manage the amount of water delivered to their shareholders in order to provide water savings of up to 3,095 acre-feet per year.View Project
The conversion of 9,800 feet of concrete-lined open canal to an enclosed pipeline system resulted in an additional 6,028 acre-feet of available water for the Strawberry High Line Canal Company.View Project
Franson Civil Engineers assisted American Fork City in improving the old and out-of-date water lines in the historic areas of the city. This project consisted of updating the city’s culinary water system in order to meet state and federal standards. We assisted American Fork City in obtaining funding for this money through the Utah County Community Development Block Grant, and coordinated with UDOT throughout the project.View Project
Franson Civil assisted Ephraim City in creating and carrying out a project to install a new well and connect it to the existing culinary water system.View Project
The Welby Jacob Canal Water Efficiency Project was a collaborative effort to improve water efficiency in Salt Lake County and Utah County. Designed to help conserve water in these counties, this project consisted of the installation of 75 measurement structures with Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) equipment along the Welby Jacob Canal system.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 our 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 our reputation as the best water resources engineering firm in Utah.