Industry Business Center Recycle Water Reservoir
Walnut Valley Water District
The Industry Business Center site has been developing for many years. It is a 245-acre parcel in Industry, California which will include the potential development of 833,000 square feet of retail, 162,000 square feet for restaurants, a 5,000-seat live theater, 1,200-seat movie theater, and 1,490,000 square feet of available office space. In order to satisfy this goal, Civiltec recently completed for Walnut Valley Water District and the City of Industry a new 2.0-million-gallon recycled water reservoir located on the east side of the development that was previously rough graded with an approximate 190-foot diameter circular pad and a paved access road constructed up to the pad. The 32-foot-high tank shell is welded steel with an aluminum dome roof.
Civiltec also provided electrical service to supply electrical power to the site via the City of Industry Public Utilities Commission. The existing electrical service conduit installed on the slope was extended to bring power to the site. Power was provided for site lighting, security (intrusion switches and cameras), instrumentation, telemetry, and control equipment. A new programmable logic control-based SCADA terminal communicates with the Walnut Valley Water District’s SCADA system via a wireless radio link. A mast-mounted antenna was installed on the top of the new tank, and the reservoir SCADA components specifications and input/output data signals were coordinated with the SCADA consultant.
Paso Robles Tank completed the construction on the tank and our team performed support services during the bidding and construction phases. Our team was led by Project Manager David Song, PE, who specifically wants to shout out Sky Younger, PE, Principal Electrical Engineer for his efforts in all the electrical development for this project. In addition, Charlie Devine, staff engineer, and Atenas Reynaga, EIT, staff engineer, were integral in completing the construction plans. Shortly due to their efforts, the tank will begin serving this ambitious development with healthy long-term sustainable water.