• Weatherproof enclosure containing electrical and control equipment
  • Hatches for underground vault containing flow meter, valves, and turbidity meter
  • Electrical and control equipment housed within a weatherproof enclosure
  • Weatherproof enclosure containing electrical and control equipment
  • United Water and Sanitation District

    Brighton, Colorado

    United Water and Sanitation District was formed in 2003 with the express purpose of supplying water from its raw water wells (including the Beebe Draw Well Field) to other area water districts on an as-needed basis. The six wells sites comprising Phase II of the Beebe Draw Wells project supply raw water to East Cherry Creek Valley (ECCV) Water & Sanitation District’s water storage facility located approximately 25 miles away. Each well site contains a submersible well pump, a weatherproof enclosure housing power and control equipment, and a below-grade meter vault containing a variable-fre­quency-drive controller, a pump motor protection relay, a pump con­trol valve, a bypass valve, a surge valve, a flow meter, and a turbidity meter. In addition, each well site control system is designed to integrate discrete and analog signals with ECCV’s SCADA system via a radio telemetry interface. The RMH Group designed the power, lighting, receptacles, instrumentation and control, and heating and ventilating systems for the six well sites.
 

Beebe Draw Wells, Phase II

United Water and Sanitation District

Brighton, Colorado

United Water and Sanitation District was formed in 2003 with the express purpose of supplying water from its raw water wells (including the Beebe Draw Well Field) to other area water districts on an as-needed basis. The six wells sites comprising Phase II of the Beebe Draw Wells project supply raw water to East Cherry Creek Valley (ECCV) Water & Sanitation District’s water storage facility located approximately 25 miles away. Each well site contains a submersible well pump, a weatherproof enclosure housing power and control equipment, and a below-grade meter vault containing a variable-fre­quency-drive controller, a pump motor protection relay, a pump con­trol valve, a bypass valve, a surge valve, a flow meter, and a turbidity meter. In addition, each well site control system is designed to integrate discrete and analog signals with ECCV’s SCADA system via a radio telemetry interface.

The RMH Group designed the power, lighting, receptacles, instrumentation and control, and heating and ventilating systems for the six well sites.