APAI is recognized throughout Texas as a leader in water treatment plant projects. These projects include plant evaluations, optimizations, upgrading, design, pilot studies, construction administration, and resident project representation during construction. APAI has experience in designing and evaluating treatment processing ranging from typical treatment issues such as turbidity and iron/manganese to unique issues such as arsenic, nitrate, and geosmin.
APAI has had the opportunity to lead many projects at the City of Mansfield Bud Ervin Water Treatment Plant. These projects have included the design of two cast-in-place concrete clearwells (1 and 1.5 million gallons), a
The Surface Water and Treatment System (SWATS) expansion is a $24.5 million reverse osmosis water treatment plant owned and operated by the Brazos River Authority (BRA). The BRA SWATS is a regional system that treats and supplies
Texoma Outfall to Wylie Water Treatment Plant Pipeline Project – Blending Facilities, North Texas Municipal Water District
Texoma Outfall to Wylie Water Treatment Plant Pipeline Project - Blending Facilities, North Texas Municipal Water District
APAI performed the process design, and managed the detailed design of the treatment plant improvements associated with the transfer of Texoma Lake water to the 800 MGD Wylie
The Robert W. Sokoll Water Treatment Plant (WTP) is a 20-MGD microfiltration membrane plant designed to serve the City of Waxahachie and the Rockett Special Utility District, and treats water received from the Tarrant Regional
APAI conducted the first Comprehensive Performance Evaluations (CPE) performed in Texas outside of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) or Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the Trinity River Authority’s Huntsville Water Treatment Plant. APAI