DOWL prepared a water system master plan that included a hydraulic model of the system as well as a geographic information system to be used for upgrades to the town of Lovell’s water and sewer systems. Water source, water quality, system operations, and water rates were also investigated. The project required extensive coordination with local officials as well as state regulatory and funding agencies, and the team provided assistance with phasing and the development of a funding plan to make these $31 million in improvements possible. During this 14-year period, more than 14,000 feet of water transmission main, 100,000-feet of water distribution mains, and 80,000-feet of sanitary sewers were constructed. Streets were also reconstructed following the installation of these utilities. The last improvement was a $4 million project to add an elevated gravity storage tank and pump station with a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system for the upper pressure zone. This project significantly improved water supply and fire protection to this pressure zone.
DOWL prepared a water system master plan that included a hydraulic model of the system as well as a geographic information system to be used for upgrades to the town of Lovell's water and sewer systems.
Construction Administration and Inspection
Water Supply and Wastewater