Water Resource Engineering Associates (WREA) is a growing, dynamic firm of civil engineers and environmental professionals specializing in fields of water distribution, environmental compliance, stormwater management, wastewater treatment and disposal, and fire protection. Our clients include civil engineering firms, architects, water companies, water and sanitation districts, drainage districts, schools, contractors, facility owners, developers, and agribusiness. Projects we are called upon to design often require unique and cost-effective solutions due to complex performance requirements and/or challenging site conditions. Our reputation for solving these difficult problems makes us a leader in our field.

WREA has been serving Southern California since 1979. WREA provides a full-service solution for water resource projects which includes permitting assistance at all levels, local, state and federal.

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Master Planning and Analysis Drainage Districts Incorporated Mutual Water Companies State Small Public Water Systems Water well/beneficial use agreements Present and future system requirement evaluation Feasibility studies Hydraulic analysis of existing and planned facilities System modeling and on-site testing Hydrology studies Capital improvement cost estimating Operation cost estimates Rate structure cases and studies Overall project economics Water Rights Stormwater System Design Drainage systems, including culverts and grading Detention/retention/clarification/sedimentation Erosion control/first-flush treatment Tiledrain and subdrain systems Irrigation tailwater recycle systems Infiltration systems Bank and levee protection Channel maintenance dredging Outfalls Regulatory Agency Permitting LOCAL AGENCIES INCLUDING: Flood Control, Fire Prevention, Public Works, Building & Safety, Transportation, Water Resources, Groundwater Management, Environmental Health, Planning, Development Services, and Resource Conservation Districts. STATE AGENCIES INCLUDING: Dept. of Health Services Drinking Water Div., Caltrans, RWQCB, Public Utilities Commission, Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Housing and Community Dev., and Office of State Architect. FEDERAL AGENCIES INCLUDING: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, Environmental Protection Agency, and Natural Resources Conservation Service. SPECIFIC PERMITS INCLUDING: Encroachment Building Grading Flood Control Land Development and entitlements Potable water systems Well destruction Construction SWPCPs and SWPPPs Industrial site SWPPPs NPDES and Waste Discharge Requirements Streambed Alteration Agreements (SAAs) Section 404 Nationwide and Individual Permits Section 401 Water Quality Certifications Water System Design Domestic/potable systems Irrigation systems Fire protection systems Dual water systems Irrigation tailwater recycle systems Disinfection, filtration, and treatment systems SUPPLY: Well pump systems Surface water inlets Subsurface infiltration galleries Diversions and siphons Canal inlets TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION: Booster pump stations Transmission pipelines Distribution networks STORAGE: Open and enclosed tanks and reservoirs Underground tanks Wastewater System Design Collection systems Lift stations and force mains Treatment systems Recycle/Reuse systems Outfalls INDIVIDUAL WASTEWATER DISPOSAL SYSTEMS: Leachfields Seepage pits Advanced systems Dosing systems Special Design Elements Over-depth trenching Sliplining Boring and jacking Multiple utility trench design Dual water and reuse systems Project Construction Management Specifications and contract documents Bidding assistance Permitting Contract review and administration Construction observation and management
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Consulting Engineers, Civil Engineers, Environmental Engineers, Waste Water Treatment Engineers, Water Supply Systems