Water Supply Planning
Distribution Systems
Water Storage
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Drinking Water

Community needs, quality, and funding are central to the execution of successful drinking water projects. When the infrastructure is in place for clean drinking water, economic development follows. Whether your project calls for water main extensions, designing state-of-the-art treatment facilities, or inspecting water tanks, our water engineers know the regulations that keep you in compliance. We will partner with you to research funding sources and identify the most feasible financing option possible.


Projects

Helping communities improve their water systems to better serve their constituents is what we do! The following projects demonstrate our firm’s experience.

Kansas City Fiscal Year Water Main Replacement Projects
Sterling Ranch Metro District No. 1 Water and Wastewater Engineering
Gardner Potable Water Supply Expansion
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Services

Serving public and private clients of all sizes, Lamp Rynearson offers many services for those seeking assistance in water supply and treatment. Take a look at what we can do for you to bring your vision to life.


Contact:
Chad Harrington, PE, ENV-SP
Kansas City, MO
816.361.0440

José Velazquez, PE, BCEE
Lakewood, CO
303.971.0030  

 

Water Supply Planning

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Water Tank Evaluations

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Water Distribution Systems

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Water Treatment Plant Design

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Well Design and Rehabilitation

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Potable Water Storage

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Water Metering Systems

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"The City of Kearney has continued to use Lamp Rynearson for nearly 50 years, as the City's engineer for water, sewer and stormwater services. They design practical solutions, providing accurate cost estimations and manage our construction projects to stay within budget."

~ Jim Eldridge, City Administrator (City of Kearney, MO)

"I have worked for the City of Excelsior Springs for the past 24 years and Lamp Rynearson has always provided exceptional service to the City. We have used them for the initial design and many upgrades of our 5 MGD water plant [...]"

~ Chad Birdsong, Public Works Director (City of Excelsior Springs, MO)
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