West Post Subdivision Water Infrastructure
Community Planning, Infrastructure Engineering, Municipal, Residential, Water Studio
Situated in Belgrade, Montana, West Post Subdivision is a 236-acre mixed-use project set to provide commercial, retail, multifamily, and single-family properties.
Apart from designing roadway infrastructure, Sanderson Stewart’s Municipal Group and Water Studio tackled three significant water-related obstacles on a tight schedule.
An existing irrigation ditch was reconfigured and routed through two in-line infiltration ponds to limit discharge to the property to the north.
WATER BOOSTER STATION
The southern section of the subdivision had inadequate water pressure and did not meet the requirements for the intended residential and commercial structures. The solution; a four-pump booster station was designed, modeled, and installed, along with strategically placed pressure-reducing valves to isolate the area and prevent it from affecting the rest of the City. This improvement made it possible for the project to move forward.
STORM DRAIN CHAMBERS
Multiple underground storm-tech chambers were designed to collect and release stormwater runoff that historically infiltrated the undeveloped property through overland flow. This system will help recharge the City of Belgrade’s aquifer.
- Pressure Reducing Valve Design
- Water Network Design
- Overflow Structure Design for Pond
- Underground Storm Water Retention Chambers
- Irrigation Channel Analysis + Design
- Sanitary Sewer Analysis + Design
- Watermain Analysis + Design
- Storm Drain Analysis + Design
- Roadway, Signal + Street Lighting Design
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