Potable Water Design

Continuing growth in demands for clean, affordable water supplies, coupled with increasingly stringent environmental and water quality regulations, require that water utilities maintain up-to-date, state-of-the-art treatment facilities.  Since its founding in 2006, MBC has been involved in the design and construction of numerous potable water facility projects.  MBC’s principals have over 60 years combined experience in potable water facility design and construction.

Water Distribution System Modeling, Assessment, Operation, Maintenance, and Management

Water distribution systems require routine maintenance to ensure proper performance and reliable delivery of high-quality drinking water.  MBC offers a wide variety of tools to assist our clients in assessing and maintaining their distribution systems in optimum condition.  These include hydraulic modeling, development of unidirectional flushing plans, valve exercising programs, corrosion control studies, and others.

Design-Build Services

The Design-Build contract format enables an owner to contract with a single entity (the design-builder) for all design and construction services necessary for successful project delivery. This method can reduce risk to the owner, simplify project-related demands on the Owner’s resources, as well as streamline schedules. MBC is an active member of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA), with in-house certified DBIA-certified professionals and professional engineers.

Treatability Studies and Pilot Testing

MBC is dedicated to new and innovative methods for treating and managing water. MBC and/or the firm’s principals have been involved in pilot testing studies for membrane treatment facilities for the City’s of Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, and Dania Beach as well as Broward County Water and Wastewater Services.

Alternative Water Supply Design and Consulting

Developing an alternative water supply plan can include collecting information and assessing available treatment capacities, updating demand forecast, and establishing planning boundaries. Discrete analysis of alternative water supplies (including permeability, preliminary screening and evaluation of alternatives) may also be conducted.