Arcadis partnering with Kiewit and PERC Water to innovate City’s treatment and reuse of brackish groundwater, wastewater and stormwater runoff.
Arcadis, the leading global Design & Consultancy firm for natural and built assets, announced recently it will partner with Kiewit Infrastructure West and PERC Water to serve as the Progressive Design-Build team for City of Santa Monica’s Sustainable Water Infrastructure Project (SWIP).
Currently, City of Santa Monica partially relies on imported water to meet its water needs. This project will allow the City to take a major step toward water independence, supporting existing programs designed to create a sustainable water supply (including the Clean Beaches Initiatives Project, the Enhanced Watershed Management Program and the City of Santa Monica Sustainable Water Master Plan).
Specifically, this innovative project will allow the city to:
As a sub-consultant to Kiewit, Arcadis will lead the design portion of the project, alongside PERC Water.
“We’re excited to help take City of Santa Monica that much closer to their goal to be water self-sufficient by 2020,” said Christine Cotton, senior vice president of Arcadis North America. “We look forward to partnering once again with Kiewit to bring another new water source to Southern California.”
The SWIP will provide the following:
The design phase is underway and the project is expected to be complete in 2020.