Kleinfelder plans and designs total water solutions to help clients supply and distribute safe drinking water, manage stormwater and surface water resources, and collect and treat wastewater. We collaborate with our clients to achieve regulatory compliance that balances social, environmental, and economic considerations.
Through intimate knowledge and understanding of our clients, we provide valuable services aimed at helping our clients achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness.
Partnering with our clients to address problems with creative solutions, alternative financing, alternative delivery, regulatory compliance strategies.
Prioritization of capital improvements, based on assets at highest risk.
Inventory, condition assessment, risk analysis of infrastructure.
Auditing, corrective action development, regulatory relationship management and operational guidance, proactive planning for anticipated future obligations.
Kleinfelder’s approach to successful planning begins with thoroughly understanding our client’s situation, and collaboratively developing customized solutions that meet our client’s needs.
Integrated water resource management/planning/design and construction, to achieve community economic development objectives.
Collection system and treatment requirements, assess community’s needs and achieve regulatory compliance, prepare capital improvement plans.
Assess community’s needs for water supply, distribution, storage and treatment facilities, prepare capital improvement plans.
Mitigate combined sewer overflows, through sewer separation, storage and treatment technologies, and green infrastructures, prepare capital improvement plans.
Identify and mitigate extraneous sources of I/I into sewer systems employing flow gaging, CCTV, smoke testing, and private source investigation.
Kleinfelder’s objective is to align itself as a trusted advisor to its water clients. We provide a variety of services to meet this objective.
Strategic planning, in collaboration with client team, to create a cost-effective implementation plan.
Minimize surface impacts, reduce construction time and cost, and permit requirements.
Scalable evaluation, alternatives development, green infrastructure design/construction within master plan constraints, regional initiatives and open space planning.
Assist our clients in developing strategies that meet our client’s specific needs.
Kleinfelder’s services continue as the Owner’s Representative, once the project moves from the design/permitting phase to the construction phase.
Develop O&M manuals for water and wastewater pumping and treatment facilities, tailored to their specific processes.
Observation/monitoring of testing of processes at water and wastewater facilities, client operator’s training, and start-up of new facilities.
Full-time, on-site resident project representatives to monitor construction. Materials testing quality assurance and special inspections during construction.
Full-time, on-site resident project representatives to monitor construction.
Construction Administration Services: bidding support, shop drawing reviews, schedule and payment reviews, change order management, close out support.
Kleinfelder utilizes its full complement of resources: geotechnical, process, structural, electrical engineers and architects to complete designs of complex water and wastewater facilities.
Floodplain management studies, wet weather impacts on sewers, CSOs, storm systems, water distribution system.
Alternative trenchless methods and applications for water, sewer, and drainage systems.
Green infrastructure alternatives and low impact techniques, cost-effective technologies, environmentally sustainable built environments.
New and rehabilitated pipelines, storage tanks and reservoirs, wells, pumping systems, ground/surface water treatment. improvement plans.
New and rehabilitated gravity sewers, pump stations, force mains; upgrade and expansion of wastewater treatment facilities with stringent nutrient limits.
Evaluation/design of alternative biosolids, odor management technologies.
Early identification allows us to streamline critical approvals, negotiate favorable conditions or permit waivers, and improve design alternatives and design process efficiencies on the basis of regulatory mandates.
New groundwater source approval, regulatory compliance support, water withdrawal permitting, demand management, conservation planning permitting.
Coordination/document development federal/state EPA programs (EA, EIS), notices of project change, and state equivalents.
Permit submittal design/drawings/preparation/negotiation, impact assessments, mitigation strategies, project narratives.
Regulatory negotiation, Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) Phase I/II, plan implementation, ordinance development, GIS services/mapping, quality monitoring.
Negotiate permits, prepare permit documentation, prepare required operational plans.