Water Engineering

Water was once considered an abundant and unlimited resource. However, population growth, drought and shortage are straining supply. The quality and quantity of water are the largest environmental issues facing society today. Therefore, an integrated approach to managing water and wastewater systems is necessary to ensure sustainability and affordability. Baseline Engineering is able to meet this critical objective. We develop compliance strategies to meet anticipated regulation changes that test the operational limits of existing systems.

Our services range from master planning to water engineering, and from program management to operations and maintenance. Full-service, delivery capability means we implement solutions that last and make sense for communities:

  • Communitywide Water Master Planning
  • Supply & Demand Analysis
  • Water System & Hydraulic Modeling
  • Process Optimization
  • System Testing, Training & Startup
  • Pump Station Design, VFD Rehab
  • Pump Efficiency Studies
  • Water Workshops to Optimize System Performance
  • Conducting Proper Energy Audits
  • Low Energy Electrocoagulation Systems
  • Green Dewatering Systems for Solids
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What You May Not Know about Red Cliff’s Wastewater Treatment Plant

Baseline Corp red cliff project

After years of being listed number one on the EPA’s list of environmental problems, Baseline secured grant funds for Colorado’s Town of Red Cliff. Due to the extremely small site and high elevation, we had to design an innovative solution. We started by working with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to approve a new technology (IFFAS), and concluded with careful design and construction management.

What You May Not Know about Mill Creek’s Water Treatment Plant

Baseline Corp Aspen project
Baseline is currently working with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to design micro-turbines into the system and turn the Mill Creek Water Treatment facility in Dumont, Colorado, into the U.S.’ first net-zero energy system. Dumont has over 450 feet of elevation change from top to bottom!