APAI has been assisting our clients with the challenges surrounding aging water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure for over three decades. Asset management initiatives are typically developed around a sound utility vision coupled with strategic goals and objectives.
A complete system inventory was developed for the four major wastewater system asset groups; gravity mains, thirty lift stations, force mains, and three treatment facilities. An initial condition assessment of the system assets was based
The Town of Flower Mound’s sanitary sewer and water distribution systems have grown to meet the needs of the Town’s expanding population base. APAI developed a risk based prioritization of future water distribution
Infrastructure rehabilitation was an integral component of the City of Odessa’s Sanitary Sewer Overflow Initiative (SSOI) Agreement with the TCEQ. To assist the City in meeting the requirements of its SSOI Agreement, APAI conducted a detailed
Like many utilities, the City of Lubbock Storm Water Management department has experienced some declining performance (through erosion and structural compromise) from stormwater and flood control structures over time. While the City has been able
The City of Mesquite was ready to take the next step after conducting some initial improvements related to its Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) Initiative Plan and Agreement with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). Specifically,
APAI worked closely with the City of Amarillo to develop the 2012 Wastewater Master Plan (WWMP) that can be dynamically adjusted over time as new information becomes available. In addition to inspecting