The City of Parker's water demands have increased in the past several years. The City's existing 50,000 gallon water tower was inadequate to continuously provide reliable system pressures and provide sufficient fire flows. The new and taller water tower increases system pressures throughout the entire distribution system and provides additional volume to fight fires. Water main improvements were also needed to hydraulically connect the new water tower to the City's distribution system and better distribute water into the system.
Banner provided design, bidding, construction administration and observation services for the City of Parker’s new 250,000 gallon spheroid style water tower. In addition to the new water tower, this project also included the installation of approximately 500 feet of 10-inch diameter PVC water main and the demolition of the City’s existing 50,000 gallon water tower.
Project Goal #1
Provide a new tower that will increase the amount of stored water and provide reliable system pressures and sufficient fire flows
Project Goal #2
Design water main improvements to hydraulically connect the new water tower to the City's distribution system and better distribute water into the system
- 250,000 gallon spheroid style water tower
- A passive mixing system that minimizes the potential for water quality concerns during the summer months and freezing concerns during the winter months
- Larger capacity accommodates the City's ability to consistently take and purchase water from Lewis & Clark Regional Water System and sell water to TM Rural Water District
- Complete System Hydraulic Analysis
- Preliminary/Final Design
- Construction Documents
- Bidding Services
- Provided a NACE Level 1 inspectors to verify environmental conditions, surface preparation, mil thickness, and witness holiday testing
- Construction Administration, Staking and Observation