The City of Bluffdale revamped an old irrigation well and built a new well house to match the newly constructed apartments surrounding it. The project included a temporary pumping setup and a temporary water right to immediately being operating until permanent arrangements could be made.
HAL planned, designed, and oversaw construction of a 10,000 gpm irrigation pump station adjacent to Utah Lake. The new project provides water to the City’s growing southern area and allows the City to utilize Utah Lake water rights rather than canals.
HAL was recently selected to design three new deep, large-diameter wells for the Central Utah Water Conservancy District, extending HAL’s role into the next phase of the largest groundwater development project in Utah.
For over 40 years HAL has provided water rights engineering support to municipalities, private clients, and over 20 legal firms in Utah and Idaho. Services have included due diligence and site investigations supporting land purchases, surface and groundwater studies, water use evaluations, water right ownership evaluations, new filings, diligence claims, change applications, proof of appropriation, proof of beneficial use, and water right hearing support.
HAL provides engineering litigation support to many local and regional attorneys and legal firms. Services include historic or projected flood conditions, flood damage investigation, post-fire runoff evaluation, flood debris retention, mine tunnel flows, canal use rights, irrigation demand, well failures, surface and groundwater interference, wetland creation, nuisance water, engineer’s duty and professional conduct, property boundary disputes, and development potential and land condemnation.