Stetson Engineers provided the Combat Center with a series of reports to aid management of the Combat Center’s stressed water resources efficiently.
Soboba Indian Reservation
Stetson Engineers developed a regional groundwater model to evaluate impacts from proposed potential water management options for the Soboba Indian Reservation, near San Jacinto in Riverside County, California.
San Pedro River
Stetson Engeineers served as consultant to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in the adjudication of the Gila River system in Arizona. Based upon the results of the studies and field evidence, the trial court adopted Stetson’s position in preparing the State’s legal definition of subflow. The trial court’s finding were upheld by the Arizona Supreme Court.
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
Stetson Engineers has provided technical services and support for numerous water rights and water supply tasks on United States Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton for more than 15 years. These tasks have ranged from providing comprehensive engineering services necessary to develop a $60 million water supply facility to those required to support permitting and agency … Read More
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) augments its water supply through groundwater pumping located in nine wellfields in the Owens Valley in Inyo County, California. Following litigation between LADWP and Inyo County, the two parties entered into a 1991 Agreement which outlines the management of the wellfields based on a combination of depth … Read More
The town of Wadsworth is located on the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation, in Washoe County, Nevada. Wadsworth had numerous independent water systems and individual domestic wells that needed to be consolidated and managed as one system to provide sufficient resources. To do so, Stetson developed a Water System Master Plan including: