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Whitney Ranch – Rocklin, CA

Whitney Ranch was a 1,600 Acre residential development in Rocklin, CA. On-site work was by Phil Reome Construction and subcontracted to Newland Communities. This was the first ATS project. In 2005/2006 ATS discharged 23,000,000 gallons of stormwater, while being 100% within the permit limits. Click here to view more projects we have successfully treated!

April 23rd, 2012|Comments Off on Whitney Ranch – Rocklin, CA

Village 23 — Greenbriar Homes – Lincoln, CA

Greenbriar Homes Village 23 was a residential development by Greenbriar Homes Communities on approximately 22 acres in Lincoln, CA. The site sits on a bluff overlooking the rest of the Catta Verdera Community in Twelve Bridges. The Sensitivity of this site was derived from its proximity to a protected stream and the high potential for [...]

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Thunder Valley Casino – Lincoln, CA

Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln, CA was adding on in 2009-2010. ATS was hired by Thunder Mountain Enterprises, Inc. to design a 500 GPM stormwater system to treat runoff from a 36 acre build site. The Casino had an existing 3 million gallon storage capacity in an onsite basin. From November 2008 thru April 2008 [...]

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Sam’s Club – Sacramento, CA

Sam’s Club was a 10 acre commercial property. ATS was hired by Moorefield Construction to setup a system. Due to the size of the site ATS installed a Mobile Active Treatment System (MATS) unit along with a 21,000 pretreatment tank. The stormwater system was a Chitosan Enhanced Sand Filtration System and also had the capability [...]

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Napa Riverfront – Napa, CA

Napa Riverfront was 1.5 acre development located on the Napa River and the area is subject to tidal fluctuations of between 8 and 9 feet twice each day. The groundwater level needed to be lowered to 50 feet below the surface with wellpoint dewatering to support the construction of subterranean garage and multi-story structure. The [...]

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Middle Fork Surge Shaft – El Dorado National Forest

After 50 years in service, the 3 meter diameter surge shaft for the 122 Mega Watt Middle Fork Hydro Power Plant had deteriorated and was cracking, perhaps due in part to seismic activity. The water leakage was believed to be seeping into the hillside and at one point had been named as the cause of [...]

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Hyatt Place Reno – Tahoe Airport, CA

The Hyatt Place Hotel built at Reno/Tahoe International Airport in 2009 required utility trenching to 25 feet, which was below the static groundwater level of 11 feet, so dewater was required. Laboratory test results found serious contaminates from hydrocarbons and heavy metals which required significant Groundwater treatment and remediation. The earth work created high levels [...]

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Hanna Court – American Canyon, CA

Hanna Court was a 50.69 acre site where a 411,106 sf Warehouse and Distribution Facility was being developed. This site had a sensitive habitat due to the 1.3 acre wetland in the vicinity. ATS treated the stormwater runoff using Chitosan Enhanced Sand Filtration (CESF). The runoff was collected in various retention basins through the 50.69 [...]

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FRWA Skunk Creek – Galt, Ca

ATS was hired by S.J. Louis Construction to conduct pH adjustment for hydrostatic testing. ATS pumped down existing pipeline effluent, corrected pH and discharged.  Citric Acid was injected as needed to depress the pH value to required water quality standards.  A total of 1,093,030 gallons was monitored, treated, and discharged into Skunk Creek.

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FRWA Folsom Canal Goose Creek – Folsom, Ca

ATS was brought on by FRWA to conduct pH adjustment for hydrostatic testing.  ATS installed a 1,000 GPM treatment system along with an 18,000 gallon open top tank. Water was pumped from a drain vault north of Goose Creek through ATS monitoring and Treatment System and into an 18,000 gallon tank.   Citric Acid was injected [...]

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