Agricultural growers can optimize their seasonal water use with a pressurized irrigation system. This type of irrigation improves conservation by preventing water loss due to seepage and evaporation. It also improves efficiency by providing water users with pressurized water, reducing labor and improving agricultural yields. Franson Civil Engineers has extensive experience working with clients who wish to move from flood irrigation to sprinkler irrigation.
SWUA has a sediment structure and hydropower plant in the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon that was very old, dilapidated, and starting to fail.View Project
The Willard Bay State Park wanted to improve the area around one of their irrigation ponds.View Project
Franson Civil assisted Scipio Irrigation Company in obtaining a $1 million WaterSMART grant and low interest loan. We then designed and managed construction of a concrete diversion structure to divert water into a new 3.7 mile 36-inch pipeline.View Project
Franson Civil Engineers created a feasibility study to estimate the cost effectiveness of converting the St. John's Irrigation District open canal system into a piped system. We then carried out this project.View Project
Franson Civil Engineers designed a project which replaced the existing canals in the system with pressurized pipelines and constructed a pond and centralized pumping station.View Project