California’s water resources industry has become increasingly complex, requiring knowledge of policy issues, regulatory requirements, water rights issues, organizational processes, and new technologies. Carrying your project across the necessary agencies and departments, SRT simplifies this complex system by providing you with a single point of contact to manage any technical or logistical issues that are sure to arise.

We adhere to a pragmatic approach when providing management and facilities planning by first evaluating challenges, and then implementing solutions that make sense and have lasting success. As part of our planning capability we also offer feasibility assessments and thorough risk analysis for successful project outcomes. In California’s rapidly changing water climate it is becoming increasingly critical to first determine feasibility before engaging in your next project, whether it be water supply alternatives, customer demand, treatment processes, and infrastructure constructability.

SRT’s diverse team of professionals offers in-depth knowledge of California’s water industry. Through our experience we know that enduring solutions begin with detailed preemptive planning and responsive support and we’re here to provide you with just that.

SRT can provide you value through our in-depth experience with:

  • Feasibility Studies
  • Condition Assessments
  • Integrated Regional Water Management Plans (IRWMPs), Master Plans, and Urban Water Management Plans (UWMPs)
  • Facilities Planning for Water Treatment, Storage and Conveyance
  • Facilities Planning for Wastewater Collection and Treatment
  • Asset Management Services
  • Information Management
  • Staff Augmentation Services

Water Supply Feasibility Study

Monterey County retained SRT through a JV partnership with AMEC Environment and Infrastructure to perform a feasibility analysis, preliminary engineering, environmental review, and provide final design engineering services for the San Lucas Water Supply Project (Project). The Project was ...

Wet Weather Retention Feasibility Study

SRT was retained by the Santa Cruz County Sanitation District (SCCSD) to conduct a feasibility study for construction of a wet weather retention structure at the D. A. Porath Facility. The D. A. Porath Facility is one of the SCCSD’s largest regional wastewater pumping stations. During heavy rain the facility ...

WaterCAD Hydraulic Modeling, Master Planning, and CIP Development

SRT Consultant’s was retained by Stanford University to provide an array of services pertaining to WaterCAD Hydraulic Modeling, Water System Master Planning and CIP Development. SRT staff developed, improved, and ...

Recycled Water Facilities Planning Study

Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM) contracted SRT Consultants to develop a Recycled Water Facilities Planning Report under the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Water Recycling Facilities Planning Grant Program agreement. Study and Report development included a refined marketing analysis, development of ...

Groundwater Supply Hydraulic Modeling Analysis

SRT Consultants was procured as a subconsultant to Kennedy/Jenks Consultants to modify the existing SFPUC transmission system hydraulic model, on Stoner Synergee Advantica, to include future wells and transmission pipelines of planned Local and Regional Groundwater ...

Comprehensive Wastewater System Evaluation

On behalf of the Saint Helena Hospital in Napa County, SRT performed a comprehensive system-wide evaluation of the hospital’s wastewater conveyance, treatment, disposal system. The evaluation focused on the hydraulic processes of the 60,000 gallon per day (gpd) facility and made recommendations for improvements including...

Portola Pump Station Evaluation

SRT performed a feasibility study for the replacement pumps at Portola Pump Station. The pump station operates three large‐capacity and one mall‐capacity centrifugal pumps. SRT proposed the replacement of the small pump with a chopper pump and the replacement of the three large pumps with non‐clog centrifugal pumps driven by a ...