Award-Winning / Featured Water Projects

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Featured Projects
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Southwest Area Tank & Pump Station
City of Woodland, California

West Yost provided the predesign, design, and construction management and inspection for a partially buried, 3 MG potable water concrete storage tank and a 6,000 gpm booster pump station located in the City’s David Douglass Park.

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Aquifer Storage and Recovery Wells
City of Roseville, California

The objective of Roseville’s Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Program is to store surplus drinking water (10,000 acre-feet per year) in the underlying aquifer during periods of normal and above normal precipitation. This stored drinking water is then extracted and served to meet peak demands. West Yost provided design and construction management services for two ASR wells for the City.

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Aquifer Storage & Recovery (ASR) Well 28
City of Woodland, California

The Woodland Davis Clean Water Agency (Agency) and the City, in conjunction with West Yost, conducted an evaluation of ASR as a component of the overall water supply for the Davis Woodland Water Supply Project (DWWSP), designed the first ASR facility for the City, completed construction of the project, and have recently begun injection testing for the ASR well.

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Water Supply and Water Master Plans
City of Sacramento, California

West Yost prepared a Water Supply Master Plan using an integrated approach for water supply planning that addresses demand management, supply management, and infrastructure master planning. This project involves ongoing coordination with the City’s advisory committee to hear and comment on the plan at each stage of development, from analysis of demands and projections regarding future conservation to development of modeling scenarios and recommendations. 

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Ophir Road Raw Water Pump Station
Placer County Water Agency, California

West Yost provided planning, design, and construction management for the Ophir Road Pump Station. This pump station constructed about a mile upstream and 210 feet above the Auburn Tunnel outlet, allows Placer County Water Agency (PCWA) to pump water from the tunnel for municipal and agricultural use. It is designed to pump 332 cfs of water through three distinct pump stations, housing 11 vertical turbine pumps ranging in size from 200- to 600-hp.

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East Area Water Tank & Pump Station
City of Davis, California

West Yost designed a new 4 MG potable water storage tank and booster pump station for the City. Project components included a prestressed concrete tank, pump station building, chlorination facilities, perimeter fencing, landscaping, offsite utilities, and SCADA. Related issues included locating a potential cell tower on the tank site and providing for future delivery of treated surface water to the water storage tank.

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Program Management / Owner’s Representative, Davis-Woodland Water Supply Project
Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency, California

The Davis Woodland Water Supply Project (DWWSP) is one of the largest and most complex water supply projects to be contracted via alternative delivery in California. For two decades, West Yost has assisted the cities of Davis and Woodland with technical feasibility studies, and analyses of alternatives to meet their community needs. West Yost has served as the lead engineering firm for the initial planning efforts, water rights acquisition, technical studies, program development, and ultimately as the Owner’s Representative for the Design-Build-Operate (DBO) contract procurement.

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Stoneridge Water Storage Facility
City of Roseville, California

West Yost provided hydraulic analysis, predesign, design, and construction management and inspection for the award-winning, Stoneridge Water Storage Facility. The project consists of a 2.9 MG prestressed concrete, partially buried, tank and associated inlet/outlet piping, control valves, drains, and site improvements. 

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Master Plan Modeling
City of Corvallis, Oregon

West Yost developed a dynamic hydraulic model for the City’s water distribution system. The new model incorporates GIS, geocodes customer billing data to allocate water demand, and was calibrated using an innovative and highly effective tracer analysis.

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