A Reputation Built on Well Siting, Design and Construction Supervision
Well siting, design and supervision of construction are part of day-to-day business at GEOSCIENCE. Our expertise comes from practical, hands-on experience designing and working on more than 1,000 municipal, high capacity water wells. We also design and supervise construction of injection, extraction and irrigation supply wells for municipalities, irrigation districts and other water purveyors.
GEOSCIENCE handles all phases of well projects—from evaluating geohydrologic data and developing and calibrating groundwater flow models for well siting, to borehole drilling and design and construction supervision of new wells. Our well design methods, quality of construction supervision and experience have led to our wells being known for their high efficiency, low sand production and long lifetime with minimal maintenance—helping clients meet their goals of installing wells that produce the most water with the lowest lifecycle costs.
The GEOSCIENCE team is also often called upon to look into increasing efficiencies in water production and troubleshoot and test existing wells for water quality and other issues. We work closely with the professionals at our public and private clients to ensure that client objectives are met, and are well versed in project management and stakeholder communications.
Our extensive experience in all phases of water well projects has earned GEOSCIENCE a reputation as a leaderin the groundwater industry. Members of our staff serve on national committees, including the Well Standards Committee of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), among others. Members of the GEOSCIENCE team are frequently sought after speakers on topics related to well design, construction, testing and maintenance.
During our nearly four decade history, GEOSCIENCE has been recognized for numerous client projects, including, the 2013 ASCE Award, Project of Merit for the Irvine Ranch Water District Wells 21 and 22 Desalter Project.
Diamond Valley Lake Injection, Monitoring & Dewatering Wells
To mitigate groundwater impacts, the GEOSCIENCE team designed and managed the construction of injection monitoring and replacement wells, and prescribed a rehabilitation program for the injection wells for the West Dam area of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s Diamond Valley Lake Project.
Client: Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Services Performed: Water Wells, Geohydrologic Studies
Riverside Public Utilities Water Division Groundwater Monitoring Program
GEOSCIENCE devised a comprehensive well rehabilitation and groundwater monitoring program to increase production and decrease costs.