“It’s been a large, comprehensive project to improve water quality, storage and pressure,” said Andy Soule, California American Water’s Northern Division General Manager. “Rosemont customers will see real benefits when the project is completed. We appreciate the patience and understanding they have shown while work has progressed on this project.”

Completed are the project’s new well site and main storage tank along with all of its supporting piping and pumps. The steel storage tank will hold in excess of 1.8 million gallons of water and works in conjunction with the filter plant to treat and process water from the new well. The project also comes equipped with a booster pumping station rated at 3000 gallons per minute and a stand-by generator.

Currently under construction are the chemical and treatment facilities and the project’s more than 900-foot transmission main, which is expected to take about two additional months to construct. After this is finished, California American Water will improve the site with new landscaping around the project site in accordance with local regulations and community standards.