Agricultural growers can optimize their seasonal water use with a pressurized irrigation system. This type of irrigation improves conservation by preventing water loss due to seepage and evaporation. It also improves efficiency by providing water users with pressurized water, reducing labor and improving agricultural yields. Franson Civil Engineers has extensive experience working with clients who wish to move from flood irrigation to sprinkler irrigation.
Franson Civil Engineers replaced RIC's open-ditch system with a pressurized pipeline that utilizes the naturally-developed pressure to generate hydroelectric power.View Project
Franson Civil Engineers assisted in obtaining grants and loans to convert open ditches to underground pipes.View Project
Planning, hydraulic modeling, funding acquisition, design, and construction review for a diversion replacement, pond, and pressurized irrigation system to service 1,200 acres.View Project
We provided general engineering and funding assistance for multiple company projects. All work met contracted design and construction schedules.View Project
This project consisted of replacing seven irrigation canals with one pressurized irrigation delivery system.View Project