Franson Civil Engineers assisted Antimony Town with funding, design, and coordination for the improvements to its culinary water system.
We obtained $640,000 in grants from three different sources and $296,000 in loans to complete improvements of the town’s culinary water system.
Project improvements included the construction of a 250,000-gallon water storage tank, construction of a 100,000-gallon water storage tank, replacement of a 4-inch water transmission line with a 15,000-foot long 6-inch water transmission line, rehabilitation of an existing 200,000-gallon water storage tank, installation of an 8-inch parallel distribution pipeline, and rehabilitation of existing spring collection structures.
Our scope of work included preparing construction drawings and specifications for each component of the project. We coordinated with the necessary state agencies during the design and construction process, and obtained the easements, permits, and licenses necessary for construction. Once the design was complete, we assisted in construction review for all of the project features in order to ensure quality construction and installation.
Award: ACEC-Utah Engineering Excellence Merit Award, 2007