Design an interconnection to provide system reliability and redundancy within the Canyon Lake area
City of Riverside Awards LEE + RO a Contract to Upgrade and Replace the Area-Velocity Type Flow Meters at Three Influent Trunk Sewers
The City of Riverside Regional Water Quality Control Plant (RWQCP) has five (5) influent sewers.
The City of El Centro (City), as a permittee of the State Water Board's Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) permit, is required by the State Water Board to comply with stormwater trash provisions.
Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency Selects LEE + RO to Provide Technical/Engineering Evaluation and Design Services
LEE + RO is providing the Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency (Agency) with engineering services for an evaluation of replacement options, and preparation of the preliminary and final design for the replacement of an underground storage tank at its Rio Vista Water Treatment Plant (RVWTP). The existing 8,000-gallon Underground Storage Tank (UST) provides diesel fuel for the RVWTP Emergency Standby Generator. The replacement tank will be of similar size but will be an Aboveground Storage Tank (AST).
Goleta Water District (GWD) has seven different facilities equipped with stationary diesel-fueled emergency power generators ranging in size from 16 kW up to 750 kW. GWD issued a task order to LEE + RO to evaluate and perform a condition assessment on these generators and provide prioritized recommendations for repairs or replacement to avert potential future failures.
LEE + RO to Upgrade Electrical Gear of Goleta Water District’s Hollister Recycled Water Booster Pump Station
Goleta Water District’s (GWD) Hollister Booster Pump Station (BPS) is an underground facility that is part of the GWD’s recycled water system. An Arc Flash Study had recommended that the main switchboard/MCC and VFD/PLC be replaced in their entirety.
City of Riverside Contracts LEE + RO to Assess the Operational Challenges at the Pierce Street Wastewater Pump Station
The Pierce Street Pump Station is the largest wastewater lift station in the City of Riverside. It handles on average 4.5 MGD and is currently experiencing operational challenges. Issues include non-operational valves, leakage from the wet well into the dry well, aging mechanical equipment, and outdated electrical components.