A strong and growing community depends on a safe, reliable, high quality
water supply. Our Water Services Department is devoted to helping our municipal and rural water system clients deliver this basic necessity
to the consumer.
Our experienced specialists understand the complex components of
water systems. From water source development to treatment and
distribution, we take pride in designing cost effective, easy to maintain,
and simple-to-operate systems.
- water supply, treatment, storage, pumping and distribution design
- coating maintenance of storage tanks and treatment plants
- hydraulic modeling and GIS
- comprehensive planning, rate studies and funding assistance
Water Services Contact:
Daniel Nebelsick, PE
- Source Development
- Treatment Facilities
Sandness Raw Water Main Project
DGR Engineering designed 27 miles of 12” – 24”, and used their knowledge of cost effective rural construction to save Marshall Municipal Utilities millions of dollars in construction costs, and providing capacity to deliver over 4 million gallons of additional water each day.
Water Treatment Plant
DGR Engineering worked with Clay Rural Water System to construct a reverse osmosis water treatment plant to take water with raw water combined radium 226 + 228 of 12.4 pCi/L down to below detection limits.
North Sioux City, SD
Water Storage Tank Repainting
In just under four months, the tank was drained, sandblasted, and nearly 1,900 gallons of paint applied to over 100,000 square feet of surface area. The tank was then returned to service.
Sioux City, IA
Water Treatment Plant Expansion
Construction of a water treatment plant expansion of 1200 gpm capacity, filter cells; masonry building; yard and process piping; line shaft turbine high service and backwash pumps; horizontal split case transfer pumps; HVAC; electrical and control; site work and miscellaneous appurtenant work.
Pump Station & Storage Reservoirs
The new Edgerton Pump Station (EPS) was constructed to facilitate bringing purchased water from Lewis & Clark Regional Water System (L&C) to the LPRW system.
56 mile pipeline project was designed, permitted, bid, installed, and started up in less than two years from the project’s inception.
May City, IA
New Water Treatment Plant
New Water Treatment Plant delivers higher quality and more economical water.
Search for High Capacity Wells
OCRWS rapid growth in water demands had pushed their existing wells to the limit, and it was now time to start looking for additional water supply.
Water Source Development
DGR and Red Rock Rural Water System teamed up with POET to perform a program of exploratory drilling, test pumping and well field development. Designed three production wells capable of supplying 1.4 MGD to the ethanol plant and 9 miles of 10” diameter raw water main.
Ground Storage Reservoir
The ground storage reservoir is a critical component of the water treatment process, allowing surge capacity between the filtration process and the softening system.
New Water Distribution System
The City’s residents enjoy high quality water that comes to them in a new and reliable distribution system.
Water System Expansion
Tremendous demand for new service connections made this expansion project the largest ever undertaken by Kingbrook Rural Water, Inc.
Water Storage Tank Coating
Removal and abatement of lead-based paint and intricate logo and logo lighting system design.
DGR employed a Geographic Information System (GIS) in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to first determine the 100-year flood elevations and delineate the floodway boundaries.
Water Supply Development
DGR Engineering worked with LCRWS to diversify their water supply options for their future growth.
The North Core Pipeline project consisted of approximately 70 miles of pipeline from near Ft. Pierre to Philip, four ground storage reservoirs, and four pump stations.
Ground Storage Reservoir
Construction of a 500,000 gallon prestressed concrete ground storage reservoir, site work and site piping.
Orange City, IA
Treatment Plant & Well Exploration
DGR Engineering worked closely with OCRWS to design a new Water Treatment Plant to target iron and manganese removal from a shallow groundwater source near the site.
Connection to L-P Rural Water
DGR completed a preliminary engineering report that met all the requirements for Rural Development.