Water Facilities Engineering
With projects ranging from developing new groundwater supply sources to replacement of aging water mains in densely developed commercial corridors, Carroll Engineering’s water facilities engineering experience allows us to provide comprehensive services to our clientele. CEC serves water system owners, large and small, in Southeast Pennsylvania, the Poconos, and New Jersey. CEC has experience in planning and designing water facilities from source to endpoint. This includes new groundwater supply wells, transmission mains, booster stations, pressure-reducing stations, storage tanks, and distribution systems. Our engineers utilize computerized system modeling to account for “what-if” scenarios when proposing system improvements for cost-effective system upgrades and expansion. We also work with our clients’ neighboring water suppliers to create interconnected systems that allow system owners to buy or sell water as necessary to meet each system’s needs and provide supplemental water sources in times of emergency.
Our broad technical capabilities allow us to provide in-house treatment and remediation systems designed to address volatile organic compounds, heavy metals, dissolved minerals, and PFOA and PFOS. Innovative solutions such as Antenna Corrals allow colocation of cellular phone infrastructure on water storage tanks permitting complete tank maintenance and painting access. Our system operation and SCADA experience allow for the design of new facilities to be easily integrated into overall system operations.
Our services extend beyond traditional engineering, which include: system operation guidance; infrastructure asset management; budgeting and rates; rules and regulations; municipal finance; and inter-municipal agreements.