IEUA selects Jacobs to manage water program expansion

Jacobs was selected by Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) in California to provide program management, owners engineering services, and strategic funding advisory services for a major regional water management program that will incorporate indirect potable reuse to create a more sustainable, drought-resilient local water supply in the Chino Basin.

The program encompasses a series of new integrated water infrastructure projects, including intra-basin recycled water conveyance, groundwater injection and replenishment and an advanced water purification facility (AWPF) that will be able to produce up to 15,000 acre-feet per year of purified water for indirect potable reuse using groundwater augmentation, enough water for nearly 100,000 residents. The basin-wide water management program will optimize water reuse in IEUA’s 242 square-mile service area, further increasing local supply reliability, and managing water quality in the Chino Basin.

In addition to program management, Jacobs will provide owners engineering and specialist technology, design, permitting, community outreach and strategic advisory services for a range of projects that will deliver additional water into the basin. These services will cover a pilot/demonstration unit and final delivery of the advanced water purification facility, injection wells and water conveyance systems.

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