Adkins has been supporting communities, utilities, irrigation districts, and even individual farmers and ranchers for decades with a wide range of water services, all striving to balance the economic, environmental, and social needs for dependable water supplies with sustainable solutions.
Surface and Groundwater Supply
Project Cost Estimation
Funding and Grant Application Assistance
Regulatory Compliance and Permitting
Pump Stations and Storage
Drinking Water Treatment and Disinfection
Distribution System Analysis and Design
Oregon Institute of Technology
Well 4 Rehabilitation
Adkins was selected to assist the Oregon Institute of Technology in making improvements to domestic Well #4. The wellhead and discharge pipeline were not up to current Oregon State standards. Services included engineering present subgrade wellhead to daylight, which included design and specifications for a submersible pumpgas chlorination system, variable frequency drive, valve station and two pipelines for distribution to the geothermal power plant and the campus water tank. Adkins also provided surveying and construction inspection services.
City of Klamath Falls, OR
Pelican City Booter Station Watermain – Phase 2
Adkins’ engineers worked with the City of Klamath Falls to design and deliver Construction Documents for Phase 2 of their multi-phased Pelican City Booster Station Project. This phase completed over 4000 feet of 16 inch, ductile iron water transmission mainline that will eventually increase the City’s capacity and level of service for the area surrounding Sky Lakes Medical Center. In addition to design and construction documents this phase included permitting through the United States Army Corps or Engineering and and cultural monitoring services during excavations crossing United States jurisdictional waters.
City of Tulelake, CA
Water System Planning & Improvements, Booster Pump
Adkins’ engineers worked side by side with the City of Tulelake to evaluate the City’s aging water system, including wells and storage tanks. We developed a comprehensive Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) to summarize the status of the system along with associated recommended improvements. The primary concerns included the limited ability to control the well and storage tanks, and the unnecessary excess power usage. Not only did Adkins design a better operation scheme, but we also assisted the City to apply for and receive funding for the recommended upgrades to the water system. All upgrades have been successfully completed resulting in a substantial energy and cost savings to the City.
Keno Water Company
Water System Improvements
Adkins performed a comprehensive suite of services for Keno Water Company’s Water System Improvement Project. This included design, surveying, materials testing, constructing staking, and construction administration for approximately 1,700 feet of six-inch water main, service line transfers, fittings, valves, design, and construction of two 125,000 gallon standpipes. Also included was the construction of a pump house, a pump, all associated piping, instrumentation, controls, and the completion of a 450-foot cased 10-inch diameter potable water well with associated appurtenances. Adkins completed this $1.8 million design project on-time and within budget.
City of Bonanza, OR
Bonanza High School Geothermal & Potable Water Wells
We worked on a wide range of services for Bonanza High School, including engineering and design, surveying, materials testing, and construction administration of approximately 1,215 feet of six-inch water main for heating and fire sprinkler improvements. Also included were 185 feet of four-inch geothermal discharge pipe, fittings, valves and related appurtenances, trenching and backfill for propane gas lines, and 1,350 feet of electrical conduits and pull boxes. Adkins also administered the construction of a 230-foot deep geothermal well and 200-foot deep geothermal injection well, well house, potable water well pump and piping, as well as all instrumentation and controls.