Much of our nation’s water and wastewater infrastructure was constructed in the early 1900s and is in dire need of replacement to prevent system failures. The materials available to utilities now have a far longer lifespan than those used 100 years ago and, if properly planned for, are a common-sense investment.
Our goal is to plan the best system possible and give our clients the tools they need to operate it successfully. Our engineering team helps cities and municipal districts identify the highest priority replacement projects to restore systems to full compliance and long-term resiliency. We plan, design, and manage construction for drinking water treatment and distribution systems and wastewater collection and treatment systems.
Mountain Waterworks supports public works staff by developing asset management programs that track infrastructure and equipment depreciation so our clients can properly budget for their replacements. We also perform the critical public-facing work of educating customers about the value of municipal infrastructure — once they see its importance, they are much more willing to support projects.