Sacramento Suburban Water District - Well N39 Rutland
Affinity designed a 1,500 gpm municipal drinking water well facility with a 150 HP variable frequency drive, natural gas standby power generator, building with chemical and electrical rooms, programmable logic controller, and SCADA, The building was architecturally designed and landscaping in front was provided to blend the facility with the surrounding residential community. The project completed construction and has been operating since 2016. The project was awarded Energy Engineering Project of the Year for 2016 by the Sacramento Section of ASCE.  

Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water District - L Street Reservoir and Pump Station
Affinity designed a 1.2 MG welded steel reservoir and 6000 gpm pump station with natural gas standby power generator, variable frequency drive booster pumps, chlorine treatment, CMU block wall building for electrical and chemical rooms, programmable logic controller, and SCADA. Construction was completed and the facility has been operating since 2016. The project was awarded Environmental Project of the Year for 2014 by the Sacramento Section of ASCE.  
 
Olivehurst Public Utility District - Well 34
Affinity designed a 3,500 gpm municipal drinking water well facility with a 300 HP variable frequency drive, iron and manganese treatment, natural gas standby power generator, chemical building, programmable logic controller, SCADA, and an outdoor electric panel. A 1,500 foot pipeline to connect the facility to the adjacent development was also designed. The project completed construction and has been operating since 2011. The owner reported the facility reduced their water supply costs to the adjacent community by half from the cost before Well 34 was put into service.


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