Along the Wasatch Front, growth has accelerated in recent years, which means the need for water resource infrastructure has increased as well. Franson Civil Engineers has worked with many contractors and developed distinctive design principles for water storage tanks, which results in lower construction costs. Specifically, bids received from contractors for tanks we have designed have come in at 5 percent to 10 percent below similarly-sized tanks designed by other firms.
Franson Civil Engineers was hired by Cottonwood Mutual Water Company to build a new 1-million-gallon water tank to be able to store more culinary water.View Project
Franson Civil Engineers prepared a Culinary Water Master Plan to evaluate the existing water system and provide recommendations for the community's future needs.View Project
The preparation of a feasibility report helped evaluate potential alternatives to improve their culinary water system.View Project
Circleville had difficulties with a spring used to produce culinary water for the town water system. Franson Civil Engineers evaluated the status of the spring and determined the best alternative.View Project
We assisted with funding, design, and coordination for the construction of water storage tanks, water transmission lines, rehabilitation of existing water tanks, parallel distribution pipeline, and rehabilitation of spring collection structures.View Project