This project is part of the ongoing expansion of SACWSD’s irrigation supply system. Muller Engineering Company served as the Owner’s representative during the CMGC design phase of the $1.8M well, and provided construction phase services during well construction.
Muller later provided design, bid and construction phase services for the pump station and final site work portion of the project, which totaled an additional $2.1M. The pump station was designed to house four 350 horsepower pumps, each capable of pumping 1/3rd of the design flow, with one of the four serving as a backup. The firm capacity of the pump station is 9,000 gpm (13 MGD), and is believed to be the largest alluvial production well in Colorado. Under a separate contract, SACWSD retained Muller to provide design and bid phase services for the initial $3.6M phase of a 7-mile, 30” transmission line that will ultimately extend from the Well 119 site to the Landmark Pump Station and Reservoir near 104th Avenue and Landmark Drive.