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The Chicken Ranch Rancheria Indian tribe operates a casino near Jamestown, California. The Tribe was interested in replacing the existing textile filter wastewater system with the installation and construction of a New Water Reclamation Facility (WRF). This new plant would treat the collected wastewater to tertiary standards and use an extensive drip irrigation system for discharge of the treated water. The overall project cost for all of IWS work and the owner provided equipment was approximately $2.3mm. […]

Texas Permitting Overview

Integrated Water Services, Inc. (IWS) specializes in the permitting, design-build, and construction of onsite water and wastewater treatment systems throughout the US. Historically IWS projects have been located in communities that either don’t have municipal water or sewer infrastructure, or don’t have a cost effective option to expand to their area. In addition, many of these sites are located in environmentally sensitive areas which generally requires a more sophisticated approach to accommodate the regulatory goals and meet the owner’s budget. […]

Integrated water Services, Inc. (IWS) performed engineering and permitting for the River Crossing Carriage Houses Wastewater Treatment Facility located in Comal County off of US 281 just north of state highway 46 in the Canyon Lake area. The River Crossing Carriage Houses WTF originally consisted of a small 16,500 gpd aerated ATU that served a small cluster of homes. The project owner, a local utility company, was interested in expanding the treatment plant and disposal system so that it could accommodate and treat wastewater from future development along US 281, a prime focus of residential and commercial growth. […]

Integrated Water Services, Inc. (IWS) completed the installation of a 22 AX-Max wastewater treatment system for the City of Alexander, ND in December, 2014. Alexander is located 15 miles south of Williston, the hub of the Bakken Oil Field region in western North Dakota. The shale oil boom has resulted in rapid growth of the Bakken region, and the City of Alexander needed to replace its aging three cell lagoon which was approaching its operating capacity. […]

LOCATION: Texas PROJECT TYPE: Residential Developments SERVICE: Construction, Engineering/Permitting, Start-up / Operations TECHNOLOGY: Textile Filter IWS was instrumental in helping us get the treatment plant designed and constructed in a very short period of time which enabled us to start selling houses as quickly as possible. DESCRIPTION: In November, 2015 Integrated Water Services (IWS) completed a turn-key design-build of the Crossings […]

The View Hotel is a 95 room hotel located within the Navajo Nation and Navajo Tribal Park at Monument Valley. Monument Valley is a region of the Colorado Plateau characterized by a cluster of vast sandstone buttes located on the Arizona-Utah state line near the Four Corners area within the range of the Navajo Nation Reservation. […]

IWS nears completion of its $2.6mm Design-Build contract with Kennedy Wilson ( for the permitting, design, and construction of a wastewater treatment and dispersal system to service a remodeled high end retail complex on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, CA. […]

IWS was contracted to complete the construction and Installation of two (2) independent wastewater treatment plants and related equipment for a private development company that was constructing two high end restaurants along Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, CA.

The two treatments systems are dedicated to servicing this $20 million commercial development complex, which features two world class restaurants. IWS worked with the project engineer and the development team to assist in the layout of the treatment system to address constructability issues. […]

Integrated Water Services, Inc. (IWS) was selected by the City of Santa Clara, CA to construct an advanced multi-phase bio-filtration system to revitalize one of its showcase park’s features, its Central Park Pond. The new system will save no less than 1.4 million gallons of potable water by switching to recycled water and the engineered wetland treatment system. The project had a very tight construction schedule which IWS met in time for the July 4th ribbon-cutting ceremony. The old pond suffered from an imbalance in nutrients due to ducks, geese, and water runoff from the surrounding park bringing organic waste into the pond. The new bio-filtration system uses wetland plants to absorb the excess nutrients in the water, and the wetland plants used in the system will also provide habitat for birds and the insects they eat. The IWS scope of work included demolition of some existing structures and piping, constructing a 175 ft. long and 8 ft. high stone faced concrete retaining wall, excavation in the existing island, placing the liner, importing and placing the aggregate for the bio-filtration system, all piping and pump installation, pond skimmers, and planting the vegetation on the surface of the treatment system. […]