Wells and underground water sources are an integral part of the water supply for many municipalities--urban and rural alike. Cities use groundwater, wells, and springs for both culinary and irrigation purposes; sharing this valued resource is customary. Franson Civil Engineers are experienced with source citing, feasibility, permitting, design, source development, testing, and the evaluation of various water sources. We have been very successful in improving spring production and conjunctive use management, which is the coordinated and combined use of surface water and groundwater.
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
Franson Civil Engineers assisted Cove Waterworks in rehabilitating the entire collection area of Atkins Spring to eliminate the surface water influence. Our design utilized source water protection measures such as fencing and the installation of a geomembrane protective layer.View Project
Assistance with the water system over several years, including a new culinary water well.View Project
When difficulties with a spring were presented while trying to produce water for the town, Franson Civil Engineers came up with a plan to rehabilitate the spring and increase flow production.View Project
We helped the client determine current and future culinary water system needs by addressing each of the deficiencies identified within the system.View Project