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Livingston Associates, P.C. has evaluated, designed and performed construction administration on more than 500,000 feet of water transmission pipelines. Following are summaries for selected pipeline projects.


Pipelines
First Street Waterline Replacement
City of Alamogordo, New Mexico
First Street Waterline Replacement (copyright image)Livingston Associates, P.C. performed planning, alternative alignment development, design and construction administrative services for  5,150 feet of 12 inch water transmission pipeline for the City of Alamogordo. This project included numerous underground utilities and difficult traffic control. The project was completed with more than $100,000 under budget.
Lincoln MDWCA Water System Improvements
Lincoln, New Mexico
Lincoln MDWCA Water System Improvements, Lincoln, New Mexico (copyright image)Livingston Associates, P.C. designed improvements to the Lincoln, New Mexico water distribution system. The minimal first phase design included valve replacements, flush hydrants, one cross-section, 750 feet of PVC waterline replacement 10-each 6-inch fire hydrants, and fencing around wells and storage tanks.
Bonito Pipeline Special Repairs
Mile Post 107.5, City of Alamogordo, New Mexico
Our company prepared a design for spanning the 20 inch diameter Bonito Pipeline across a large drainage wash just south of Oscura. The bridge is a steel pony truss design, 150 foot span length and supported at each end on concrete abutments with drilled concrete shafts. This project included bidding and construction phase services.
Bonito Pipeline Evaluation
City of Alamogordo, New Mexico
Built in 1957, the Bonito Pipeline (90 miles long) provides water to the City of Alamogordo and Holloman Air Force Base from Bonito Lake. Livingston Associates performed a condition assessment of the pipeline, including soil corrosively analysis, pipe structural analysis and hydraulic analysis. Various alternatives for replacement were presented.
Alamo Canyon to Foothills and Lower Heights Waterline
City of Alamogordo, New Mexico
City of Alamogordo, New Mexico (copyright image)Livingston Associates performed design and construction administrative services for 15,000 feet of 24 inch water transmission pipeline from Alamo Canyon Reservoir to Foothills Reservoir and to Lower Heights Reservoir. This project was part of the Water Bond projects for the City of Alamogordo. Design and construction phase services resulted in more than $300,000 savings for the city below the estimated cost.
Twin Forks MDWUA Water System Improvements
Mayhill, New Mexico
Our company designed small diameter water system distribution piping for replacement of old thin walled piping, in this mountain community in Southern New Mexico. Almost 33,000 feet of pipe was designed, with over 160 service reconnections, storage and pumping and spring improvements. Assistance was provided for state (RIP grant/loan) funding management.
IMC-Kalium Potash Mine
Carlsbad, New Mexico
Livingston Associates was retained by IMC-Kalium Potash Mine to perform hydraulic and water hammer analysis and design for more than 8 miles of 10 inch high density polyethylene pipeline. The pipeline was installed above-ground, so special consideration was taken for pipe movement due to thermal variations.
Pump Stations
Lower Heights Pump Station
City of Alamogordo, New Mexico
As part of the City of Alamogordo Water Bond projects, Livingston Associates designed a 4-MGD booster pumping station. The pump station includes a block building, soft-start and VFD pumps, surge control and SCADA interface.
Storage Tanks
Ohkay Casino Water System
San Juan, New Mexico
Ohkay Casino Water System (copyright image)
Designed a 250,000 gallon water storage tank as part of the overall water supply system for a multi-million dollar resort. The tank utilized 'glass-fused-to-steel' bolt together components, to meet the fast track schedule of the project.
200,000 gallon Water Storage Tank (copyright image)200,000 gallon Water Storage Tank
Grady, New Mexico
A 200,000 gallon "stand pipe" water storage tank was designed for the community of Grady, New Mexico. The design included phasing improvements to replace the old stand-pipe, which was 'leaning' due to foundation failure.
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