Integrated Water Solutions is proud to have over 25 years experience in responsible environmental consulting. IWS has worked extensively with municipalities and irrigation districts on stormwater/surface water management, infrastructure improvements and environmental compliance.
Integrated Water Solutions is proud to have recently worked with the following projects:
Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership
City of Lake Oswego & City of Tigard, Lake Oswego & Tigard OR
The Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership is in the process of expanding Lake Oswego’s existing drinking water infrastructure so that it can serve both communities. The Partnership has hired a Brown and Caldwell to provide program management, construction management and permitting services. Integrated Water Solutions is the permitting task lead for the program management team. As the permit task lead IWS is leading the Collaborative Environmental Process, the water rights strategy development , and securing all the required environmental permits and clearance.
Coos Bay Channel Modification Feasibility Study & Environmental Impact Statement
Port of Coos Bay, Coos Bay OR
Integrated Water Solutions is overseeing and coordinating the preparation of a US Army Corps of Engineers Section 203 Feasibility Study and an Environmental Impact Statement for modifications to the Coos Bay navigational channel. The proposed project includes dredging of the existing Coos Bay Navigational Channel from channel the entrance at the Pacific Ocean to the railroad bridge located at river mile 9. The project would increase the channel depth from approximately 37 feet to 51 feet. The channel would be also be widened from approximately 300 feet to 500 feet.
Tualatin Basin Water Supply
Clean Water Services and the Tualatin Basin Water Supply Partners, Washington County OR
The Tualatin Basin Water Supply Project (TBWSP) is intended to help meet the growing water demands of the greater Washington County community. Alternatives include raising Scoggins Dam to increase reservoir capacity, a raw water pipeline and pumpback system from the Tualatin River, and the potential for a pipeline from the existing treatment facility on the Willamette River. DEA was retained by CWS to manage the NEPA and environmental compliance aspects of the first phase of the project. Integrated Water Solutions served as a QA/QC role for the First Team Draft PR/EIS. In early 2008 IWS took on the role of Project Manager and ensured that stricter budget, schedule, invoicing and communication procedures to benefit the client and the project overall. Additionally, IWS is leading the Collaborative Environmental Process and the water rights strategy development.
Columbia River Treaty 2014/2024 Review:
Programmatic Strategy & Facilitation
Columbia River Basin, ID, MT, OR, WA
The Columbia River Treaty 2014/2024 Review Phase 2a studies were initiated during FY 2009 and will include the Flood Risk Management Study for the Columbia River System. Integrated Water Solutions is responsible for preparing the Phase 2a Project Management Plan for the Flood Risk Assessment, facilitation of all project team meetings and technical workshops and for the preparation of the Joint USACE/BPA Work Plan.