CMA Engineering, Inc.

 

Storage Tanks & Ponds

CMA has designed storage tanks, both on the ground and elevated, to hold potable water and has also given recommendations for rehabilitating existing elevated storage tanks.  In addition, projects using plastic-lined ponds for holding processed effluent have been completed for multiple clients.  Below are a few examples of completed projects:

One of two City of Pasadena 1.0 MG Composite Elevated Storage Tanks

20,000,000 Gallon Effluent Holding Pond for Woodcreek Utilities

20,000,000 Gallon Effluent Holding Pond for Woodcreek Utilities

5,250,000 Gallon Prestressed Concrete Effluent Holding Tank During Construction

City of Pasadena

CMA assisted the City of Pasadena in making improvements to its existing water facilities. Work included the design of two new composite 1,000,000 gallon elevated water storage tanks. CMA also assisted the city in rehabilitation of three elevated storage tanks and four ground storage tanks. Rehabilitation included recoating and making necessary modifications to the tanks so that they become compliant with TCEQ and AWWA requirements.

Hays County WCID No. 1

CMA designed a 5,250,000 Gallon Pre-stressed Concrete Effluent Holding Tank for Hays County WCID No. 1.  This tank was chosen over an earthen plastic lined effluent holding pond because of aesthetics, site accommodation, and long term operation and maintenance costs.

Aransas County

CMA designed a 515,000 gallon effluent holding pond for the existing WWTP.  The pond was constructed using earthen embankments, and 40 mil EPDM double lined liner, with a leak detection system.

Woodcreek Utilities

CMA designed a 20,000,000 Gallon Effluent Holding Pond for Woodcreek Utilities.  Effluent from this pond is pumped to the Woodcreek Golf course for irrigation.

Harris County WCID No. 36

Another notable storage tank project include rehabilitation of two elevated storage tanks and two ground storage tanks for Harris County WCID No. 36. Rehabilitation included recoating and making necessary modifications to the tanks so that they become compliant with TCEQ and AWWA requirements.