Water Resources

San Jose Creek - Goleta

Ecosystems depend on water - the source of life. The importance of providing sustainable water resource solutions today will protect the water supply of tomorrow. This important, yet complex challenge must also meet environmental, social, and political objectives.

Working with municipalities and districts for over 50 years, our diverse Water Resource Division will work with you every step of the way. We apply innovative solutions to comply with an increase in regulations, extend limited resources, and rehabilitate aging infrastructures to meet tomorrow's needs. Our goal is simple - to provide long-term, cost-effective, reliable solutions.

Rancho Monte Alegre Water Treatment Facility
Rancho Monte Alegre Water Treatment Facility - Carpinteria Valley Water District

The primary goal of the Rancho Monte Alegre Water Treatment Facility was to provide the Carpinteria Valley Water District with greater autonomy from the South Coast Conduit, a transmission utility that delivers Lake Cachuma water to communities along the South Coast. MNS provided: Construction Management & Civil Engineering Services [full project experience]

Henry C. Garnett Water Purification Plant Expansion - Kern County Water Agency
Henry C. Garnett Water Purification Plant Expansion - Kern County Water Agency

The Henry C. Garnett Water Purification Plant expanded from a peaking capacity of 38 MGD to 72 MGD with the contracted annual production increasing from 25,000 to 53,000 acre feet during a 30 year ramp-up period. MNS provided: Construction Management Services [full project experience]

San Jose Creek Capacity and Fish Passage Improvements - City of Goleta
San Jose Creek Capacity and Fish Passage Improvements - City of Goleta

The completion of the San Jose Creek project will widen the channel to handle a 100-year storm event and will accommodate fish passage for the endangered steelhead trout. MNS is providing: Construction Management & Land Surveying Services [full project experience]

Hollister Avenue Interceptor - Goleta West Sanitary District
Hollister Avenue Interceptor - Goleta West Sanitary District

A new interceptor trunk sewer line was installed along Hollister Avenue. The new 12-inch sewer line spanned 7,000 feet and required trenching up to 20 feet in depth, traversing numerous major utilities. MNS provided: Construction Management, Civil Engineering & Land Surveying Services [full project experience]