Engineering and Water Resources Division provide a full range of engineering specialties for water and sewer services ensuring development compliance with the Board's and City's policies, standards and plans. Branches of the Division include:
Construction Coordination-Coordinate with contractors to ensure construction projects are complete per specifications, budget and timelines.
GIS/GPS- Maintains geophysical databases and technologies for water and sewer infrastructure.
Inspection-Inspects and tests new construction for compliance with standards and policies.
Instrumentation-Maintains the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system, plant controls and facility instrumentation.
Source of Supply-Maintains the raw water transmission system (dams, reservoirs and pipes that deliver water to Sherard Water Treatment Plant and the raw water irrigation system.
These standards apply for the design and construction of water and sewer utilities to be owned and operated by the Board including additions or replacements of the existing systems. Find the current version of the Infrastructure Policies and Design Criteria at this link.
Municipal Utilities System Viewer
For those engaged in the Board’s development, planning, engineering, and/or capital improvement projects, the Municipal Utilities System Viewer tool is a method to access the Board’s current water and sewer infrastructure data. Applications are limited to one per partnership - by CEO, Principal or Project Manager of the company applying. Questions regarding the Municipal Utilities System Viewer and/or the associated application can be directed to Jeff Foreman at email@example.com or 307-637-0845.