Freese and Nichols prepared a water and wastewater master plan for the City of Kerrville to serve population growth and commercial development. Freese and Nichols developed hydraulic models to determine the sizing of capital improvement projects for each planning year. The Water Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) combines pressure planes for ease of operation. The Wastewater CIP provides the required capacity and reliability to meet projected wastewater flows.
The team analyzed the City’s existing reuse system to determine the available capacity for future growth. The project also included a rate study to develop a rate structure that provides sufficient annual revenues to meet all costs of operating the system.