Municipal Water Utilities

The effective management of culinary, secondary, wastewater, and stormwater systems is essential to all municipalities, large or small. Franson Civil Engineers works with municipalities to help construct new water utilities, rehabilitate aging infrastructure, and upgrade existing systems for the betterment of the entire community.

Kearns Improvement District Sanitary Sewer Lines

Assisted the District with the construction of two sanitary sewer lines.

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Helper City Sewer Design

Reconstruction of the wastewater system has been upgraded to meet future needs and to bring the system to current Federal and State standards.

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Gunnison City Sewer System

A plan was implemented to come up with a process of obtaining funding for improvements and upgrades to the city's sewer system.

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Gunnison City Secondary System Improvements

The purpose of the improvements was to increase pressures in areas that had historically experienced pressure related problems.

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American Fork Pressurized Irrigation System

Franson Civil Engineers assisted American Fork City in the design and implementation of this multi-million-dollar pressurized irrigation system.

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Helper City Storm Drain Design

Franson Civil Engineers worked with Helper City to bring its infrastructure up to current standards and plan to meet future needs.

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South Jordan Culinary Water

Franson Civil Engineers provided planning and design services for several water facilities designed to strengthen the city's ability to provide adequate and reliable drinking water to the community.

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American Fork Culinary Waterline Improvements

Franson Civil Engineers worked with American Fork City to complete the design and construction of improvements to the city's culinary water system.

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Helper City Culinary System Design

The culinary water system has been upgraded to meet future needs and to bring the system to current Federal and State standards.

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