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An Assessment of Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Texas

Project Summary:

Malcolm Pirnie will investigate the technical, financial, policy, and legal issues that may be obstructing the more widespread use of Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Texas.

TWDB Contract Manager:
Sanjeev Kalaswad
Funding Recipient:
Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Project Administrator:
Fred Blumberg
Participants:
ASR Systems, LLC (Gainesville, Florida), Jackson, Sjoberg, McCarthy & Wilson (Austin, Texas)
Cooperating partners:
City of Kerrville (Kerrville, TX), San Antonio Water System (San Antonio, TX)
Project Start Date:
March 26, 2009
Project Completion Date:
February 28, 2011
Total Project Cost:
$129,241
TWDB Share of Project Cost:
$102,100
Benefits:
By identifying the obstacles to ASR projects, measures can be considered to pave the way for more extensive use of this technology throughout the state.

Project Details

Participants

Project Sponsors:

Texas Water Development Board
Dr. Sanjeev Kalaswad - Contract Manager
1700 N. Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78711
512-936-0838

Funding Recipient:

Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
100 Congress Avenue, Suite 1485
Austin, Texas 78701
512-370-3879

Project Manager:

Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Mr. Fred Blumberg - Senior Associate
100 Congress Avenue, Suite 1485
Austin, Texas 78701
512-370-3879

Project Partners:

San Antonio Water System
2800 U.S. Hwy 281 North
P.O. Box 2449
San Antonio, TX 78298-2449
210-704-7297

City of Kerrville
800 Junction Highway
Kerrville, TX 78028
830-257-8000

Project Consultants:

Jackson, Sjoberg, McCarthy & Wilson, L.L.P.
711 West 7th Street
Austin, Texas 78701
512-472-7600

ASR Systems, LLC
P.O. Box 969
Gainesville, FL 32602
806-797-4299

Project Milestones

Event Date
Announcement of Request for Proposals in Texas Register November 28, 2008
Initial Statement of Interest received by TWDB January 13, 2009
Study approved by TWDB Board March 26, 2009
Contract executed June 29, 2009

Progress Reports

Final Report

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