Increasing Water Capacity by 6 Million Gallons to Serve a Growing Community


In order to meet the demands of the growing population, and maintain the standard of high quality drinking water, the City needed to expand and renovate its water treatment facility.


The project increased the capacity of the facility from 18 million gallons per day to 24 million gallons per day to meet increasing demand. A vehicle wash bay was also constructed to help the City protect its investment in its maintenance vehicles.

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  • Expansion of treated water capacity
  • Increased capacity of backwash water processing and reclamation
  • Upgrades to the SCADA computer control system
  • Installation of dehumidification equipment to prolong the life of equipment
  • Addition of vehicle wash bay
  • Construction of 17,000 square-foot utility garage to address department space concerns
  • External façade and architectural features


  • Engineering Excellence Honor Award | American Council of Engineering Companies of Minnesota (ACEC/MN)

Apple Valley Water Treatment Facility Expansion

Apple Valley, Minn.

City of Apple Valley


  • Drinking water engineering