Water, Sewer, and Utilities
L.I. Smith’s Water and Sewer Team Engineers have provided design and inspection of improvements, replacement, and expansions for multiple water distribution system projects as well as sewer collection projects. Our team also has extensive experience with on-site sewer treatment systems, including standard septic systems, low-pressure (LPP) sewers, STEP systems, and wetlands treatment.
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Harbor Utility District
Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee
This project consisted of Surveying, Engineering, Inspection, and Contract Management for a Water Extension project, including a new storage tank.
The General Contractor was responsible for preparation of SWPPP and inspections of EPSC.
L.I. Smith & Associates, Inc. provided design, contract management and inspections of construction methods and progress, as well as secondary inspections of EPSC, on the client's behalf.
Reelfoot Utility District Water System Improvements
Lake County, Tennessee
L.I. Smith & Associates provided surveying, engineering, inspection and contract management for this water system improvements project, aimed at increasing water pressure and flow for residents within the district's boundaries. The district's water system frequently provided low water pressures resulting from inadequate water line sizes, and a
lack of storage.
The project consisted of 9,600 LF of new 8" water mains, 11,500 LF of new 6" water mains, 23 new fire hydrants, and a new 100,000-gallon elevated storage tank.
The General Contractor was responsible for preparation of SWPPP and inspections of EPSC. L.I. Smith & Associates provided secondary inspections of EPSC while acting as the project's lead representative on the client's behalf.
In 2008, L.I. Smith & Associates also provided surveying, engineering, inspection and administration for relocation of 250 linear feet of 6-inch water main to allow for a bridge replacement and Reelfoot Lake spillway on SR 21. The project consisted of 2,800 linear feet of 6-inch water main, approximately 500 linear feet being suspended from the new bridge.