Water District Engineering

Building Sustainable Futures:

Comprehensive Water District Engineering Services

LAN provides comprehensive water district engineering services that enhance the infrastructure and quality of life in the communities we serve. With a deep understanding of the unique needs of utility districts, we offer a full suite of engineering solutions that encompass the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of public water, wastewater, and storm sewer systems. As part of our commitment to excellence, we work closely with our clients to ensure that every project aligns with the specific requirements and goals of the district, delivering tangible benefits to residents and businesses alike.

Our extensive experience in water district engineering spans numerous successful projects. We have a proven track record of transforming districts with suboptimal water quality and financial challenges into thriving, sustainable communities. Our services include master planning, infrastructure design, and management, focusing on long-term solutions that meet both current and future needs. Whether it’s through capital improvement planning, asset management, or emergency preparedness, we ensure that every aspect of the district’s infrastructure is meticulously planned and maintained.

Comprehensive Water District Engineering Services

    • Groundwater production plant design

    • Wastewater treatment plant design

    • Water distribution system design

    • Wastewater collection system design

    • Stormwater collection and flood control design

    • Sanitary sewer, water, and storm system  rehabilitation design

    • GIS and facility mapping

    • Water district consulting services

    • Street paving design

    • Construction phase engineering services

    • Engineering studies and evaluations for capital improvement funding

    • Applying for community block grants

  • Monthly reporting on district activities

  • Handling customer inquiries with Board coordination

  • Monitoring water and sewer capacity commitments

  • Reviewing site development plans

  • Renewing district permits

  • Preparing and maintaining emergency plans

  • Annual budget reviews with district consultants

  • Performing water and sewer rate studies

  • Capital improvement planning (1 to 5 years)

  • Asset management planning (5 to 50 years)

  • Engineering studies and evaluations for capital improvement funding

  • Maintaining district records

  • Regulatory agency permitting

Water District Engineering Leadership

Kelly Shipley
Kelly Shipley, PE
Senior Associate, Team Leader
Eddie Streich
Eddie Streich, PE
Senior Associate, Team Leader
Example Projects