Jones & Henry offers the services you need for your water supply.
Working with communities across the Midwest, we perform alternative source studies, hydrogeologic studies, multi-source investigations, raw water conveyance studies, reservoir siting and design, resource evaluation and development, supply augmentation evaluations, and yield analyses.
From conception through completion, Jones & Henry provides comprehensive services associated with groundwater development.
Jones & Henry provides the services you need for one of your most vital assets: surface water. Our projects include stream and lake intakes, raw water and low service pumping, and on-stream and upground reservoirs.
Jones & Henry assists water utilities with developing resource protection programs that are tailored to fit the needs and capabilities of each community.
Jones & Henry uses over 90 years of engineering experience to determine the most appropriate processes to use in designing a treatment plant. Our staff considers local desires, economics, raw water characteristics, available space, and future needs in developing the concepts to provide communities with reasonably-priced, high-quality water.
Our experience includes the design of extensive plant renovations and expansions, as well as new plants. Services include:
Our experienced staff will evaluate process options and recommend specific alternatives to meet your local needs. Whether the problem is caused by excessive iron and manganese, volatile organic compounds, radionuclides, hardness, or other contaminants, cost-effective solutions can be engineered – and it’s our goal to find them.
Locating a plentiful water supply and properly treating it are not the only water-related challenges encountered by communities; you need to address distribution and storage, as well.
Jones & Henry has helped many communities develop distribution and water storage systems through a thorough analysis of hydraulics and system capabilities. We have designed underground, ground level, and elevated water storage reservoirs.
Jones & Henry has analyzed numerous distribution systems and has recommended needed improvements such as water line extensions and reinforcement, elevated and ground storage, and pressure boosting.
Our reports typically include a node map of the distribution network and a prioritized listing of recommended improvements with their associated estimated cost.
We use computer models to analyze system hydraulics and to evaluate system capabilities.
Our water distribution system services include:
Our water distribution and storage engineering services help ensure that sufficient water is transmitted at adequate pressure to every point in the system. As a result, maximum-day, maximum-hour, and fire flow conditions are all met with safety and reserve.
These services include:
Jones & Henry has extensive experience in developing water distribution models for water supply system administrators.
These tools assist communities like you with designing needed improvements (such as water line extensions and reinforcements, elevated and ground storage, and booster stations) and troubleshooting existing problems.
Some services we provide for developing a water distribution model include:
Our water distribution models can help you with
2) Vulnerability Assessments
3) Emergency Planning
4) System Security
When our study is complete, we will provide you with the system model for ongoing use.
Over the past few years, lead drinking water pipe materials have become the focus of renewed interest in the aftermath of drinking water contamination from lead pipe corrosion.
With communities of all sizes looking for ways to prevent water contamination, many are working to develop proactive responses to this devastating issue.
And we’ve been at the forefront of this.
Since 2017, Jones & Henry has paved the way to help Midwestern communities take a new and voluntary approach to lead water service replacement.
We originally developed our proactive lead water service replacement process for a regional water and sewer district in northwest Ohio. This project involved the replacement of 350 lead water services.
There was no specific concern with drinking water quality mandating the project; instead, our client commissioned the work proactively to address lead in drinking water potential.
Working from regulatory guidance, Jones & Henry Engineers developed a project approach from papers published by many of the world’s top research institutions specializing in lead in drinking water.
It was proven to be successful with this client and helped to influence recent regulatory changes.
As many communities evaluate their water systems and explore ways to remove all known lead pipe materials from existing water services for the safety and well-being of their residents, we’re here to be your partner throughout the entire process.
Don’t wait until it’s too late; partner with Jones & Henry for your next lead water service replacement project.