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MacArthur Lake Stormwater Capture Project

Ballona Creek

Project Name MacArthur Lake Stormwater Capture Project Client LA Sanitation and Environment (LASAN) Sector Water Overview Measure W, passed in 2018, created a special parcel tax that formed the Safe Clean Water Program (SCWP). It has already funded over 100 projects throughout the region, which includes the MacArthur Lake Stormwater Capture Project. The MacArthur Lake […]

LASAN Safe Clean Water Program

Ballona Creek

Project Name LASAN Safe Clean Water Program Client Los Angeles Sanitation & Environment (LASAN) Sector Water Overview Understanding that they needed to develop ways to create local sources of water and minimize the need for imported water, withstand the impacts of drought and climate change, and minimize pollution (in compliance with the Federal Clean Water […]

Owens Lake Dust Mitigation Program, LADWP, Bishop, CA

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Project Name Owens Lake Dust Mitigation Program, LADWP, Bishop, CA Client Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Sector Water Overview The Owens Lake Dust Mitigation Program is the largest dust mitigation project in the United States. It addresses the environmental needs to control dust emissions, implement efficient water-use, minimize impacts to the natural habitat, […]

Inland Feeder Program, Arrowhead Tunnels and Highland Pipeline

Inland Feeder

Project Name Inland Feeder Program, Arrowhead Tunnels and Highland Pipeline Client Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Sector Water Overview Completed in 2009, the $1.2 billion, 44-mile Inland Feeder water line fully integrates the Southern California MWD’s distribution system, connecting State Water Project (SWP) supplies with the Colorado River Aqueduct to flow into Diamond Valley […]

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Stormwater Capture Master Plan

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Project Name Stormwater Capture Master Plan Client Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Sector Water Overview Cordoba Corporation was part of a team led by Geosyntec in the development of the Stormwater Capture Master Plan for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. Long considered an underutilized resource, this effort quantifies and […]

Rinconada Water Treatment Plant Reliability Improvement Project

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Project Name Rinconada Water Treatment Plant Reliability Improvement Project Client Santa Clara Valley Water District/Valley Water Sector Water Overview The Rinconada Water Treatment Plant is the second largest of the Santa Clara Valley Water District’s plants. Completed in 1967 by the Santa Clara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District – the precursor to today’s […]

Regulatory Support for El Centro Generating Station

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Project Name Regulatory Support for El Centro Generating Station Client Imperial Irrigation District Sector Water Overview The Imperial Irrigation District (IID) territory covers 6,471 square miles, including all of Imperial County along with parts of Riverside and San Diego counties and has a long history of addressing both water and power needs for this agricultural […]

DEI Program Advisory Services

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Project Name DEI Program Advisory Services LADWP Sector Water Overview The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is the largest power utility and the second largest water utility in the United States. It also employs over 11,000 individuals and dedicates resources to ensuring it has a supportive and equitable work environment. LADWP sought to […]