Water

Recycled Water

$1BIL Planned, Designed and Constructed Recycled Water Projects
20+ Potable Reuse Projects in Planning and Design Stages
50+ Additional Recycled Water Related Projects
$1BIL Planned, Designed and Constructed Recycled Water Projects
20+ Potable Reuse Projects in Planning and Design Stages
50+ Additional Recycled Water Related Projects

KJ has been committed to water recycling in California since wastewater was first recognized as a valuable renewable resource. We completed the first-ever water recycling facility at Golden Gate Park in the 1930s and have since completed well over 50 recycled water related projects in seven western states and Hawaii with a combined construction value of over $1B.

Our services include all aspects of applied research, planning and siting studies, predesign, final design, and construction support. During the past five years alone, our talented engineers have participated in the planning of several of California’s largest recycled water projects, pilot tested a variety of emerging membrane treatment and disinfection technologies and have designed more than 500,000 lineal feet of pipelines, dozens of pump stations, and treatment and storage facilities for both non-potable and potable reuse projects.We understand how to take projects from concept through implementation and we focus on achieving and maintaining regulatory compliance each step of the way.

KJ provides the full breadth of multi-disciplinary science and engineering services along with value-added expertise in areas such:

  • Alternative Project Delivery to meet aggressive schedules and financing goals
  • Advanced Research Group Expertise to resolve technologically challenging problems
  • Funding strategies and grant program services to provide equitably for ratepayers

We combine solid science and practical design experience to customize solutions and provide the right level of analysis to fit your budget during planning stages, through design, and into construction. Drawing on the breadth of leadership roles held by our in-house disciplines—WateReuse California Board, National Board, and various Technical Advisory Committees—we have our finger on the pulse of the latest regulatory thinking for potable reuse and can target the right compliance strategy through every step of your project. We recognize the value of developing collaborative studies with regional partners and can facilitate effective workshops with your staff, executive management teams, and/or Board of Directors to obtain input and buy-in from participants. We help our clients improve the reliability and resiliency of water systems by demonstrating feasibility and justifying costs and benefits.



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