Water & Wastewater Utilities

The scope of your water and wastewater utility needs is vast—conveyance and treatment plants, water and sewer master plans, raw water source and alternative supply studies, effluent reuse plans; the list goes on and on.

Complex engineering, management, regulatory, and policy issues all have an impact on your operation, and you need an experienced consultant to guide you through these challenges—a responsive partner who is familiar with local needs and can provide assistance on every aspect of your utility’s projects and operations to ensure your success.

Dedicated Water and Wastewater Experts

For numerous public and private utilities around the country, Kimley-Horn has demonstrated a passion for water and wastewater engineering work. Our team of seasoned professionals has expertise in planning, design, permitting, and construction of distribution, collection and transmission systems, water supply infrastructure, treatment facilities, pumping stations, and water storage facilities. But we do not stop there; our partnership extends beyond your physical infrastructure. We help our clients prepare for regulation changes, negotiate permits, optimize processes, evaluate operations, and optimize efficiency for various treatment technologies.

With years of experience and unique local knowledge, our staff has the resources necessary to help you define the challenges, determine your objectives, and—most importantly—accomplish your goals. Let our dedicated, multidisciplinary team of in-house experts help ensure the success of your water/wastewater utility projects and programs.

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