Civiltec recently completed the North Plains Recharge Facility for the Town of Prescott Valley.
The project, begun in October of 2012, included construction management services, inspection services, construction staking services and record plan development for this five basin, 70-acre reclaimed water recharge facility. The project was located along Coyote Wash and the Agua Fria River in Prescott Valley. “Civiltec was very professional throughout the process,” said John Munderloh, Water Resource Manager of Prescott Valley. “They provided great technical guidance for the project.”
The facility utilized 4,000 linear feet of 16 inch and 12 inch diameter fused HDPE transmission pipelines with plug valves, air release valves, automatic water surface elevation monitoring and telemetry, and 9,000 linear feet of access road from the Prescott Valley Wastewater Treatment Plant to the recharge pond gallery.
This project enables Prescott Valley to achieve full recharge credits via USF permitting with Arizona Department of Water Resources.