Our firm assisted the Village of New Holland, Ohio, in determining the optimum volume for a replacement elevated water storage tank. We gathered funding information for the project by coordinating with multiple state and local agencies, including USDA Rural Development, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA), Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP), Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC), and Pickaway County. Our experience in coordinating with state regulatory and funding agencies aided in the smooth and successful completion of this project.

The Village had been serving its residents via a potable water system centered around a 70-year-old, 100,000-gallon storage tank that was in need of extensive repair. The existing cost of daily tank maintenance combined with a growing need to prevent any further leakage led the Village to hire our firm to determine the preliminary cost and size for a replacement water storage tank. Our firm’s new tank design featured a glass-lined, 150,000-gallon vessel on a concrete pedestal.

We also carried out bid assistance, contract administration, and construction observation for the project, and designed 1,400 linear feet of iron water main to provide operation and fire flow capacity improvements.

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