Franson Civil Engineers worked with the Highland Water Company in the planning and design of several water facilities that enabled growth in north Highland City. Some of these facilities include:
We designed the tank within the Suncrest Development. We coordinated with the City of Draper to acquire a conditional use permit for its placement.
We designed a two-million-gallon water storage tank located within the Beacon Hills Development in Highland. Work included surveying, site plans, a reinforced concrete valve vault, drain line, specifications, bid and contract documents. We coordinated and submitted the necessary information to the Division of Drinking Water for approval.
We designed a two-million-gallon water storage tank and 250,000-gallon tank within the View Pointe Development. Work included surveying, site plans, a reinforced concrete valve vault, drain line, specifications, bid and contract documents. We worked with the Division of Drinking Water for approval.
We designed and prepared design drawings for the construction of the Beacon Hills transmission lines. We coordinated between the developer and Highland City for pipeline placement within the proposed roadways and easements. We coordinated with the Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake and Sandy and the Bureau of Reclamation to cross the existing aqueduct, including the necessary application.
We prepared the engineering design with accompanying bid and contract documents for a 40-horsepower pump station to boost water from a lower pressure zone to a new upper pressure zone located within the Beacon Hills Subdivision. We also designed drawings for construction of the pump station including hydraulic engineering, HVAC design, surveying, site plans with site piping, and pump station building.