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1999

1999 El Paso-Las Cruces Regional Sustainable Water Project:

Concept Design of ASR Wellfield and Collection Facilities - plus maps. (Final Report)

Construction Details for NEPA Process (Final Technical Memorandum)

Economic Summary for NEPA Process (Final Technical Memorandum)

1999 New-Mexico Texas Water Commission:

BESTSM/MODFLOW Linked Model, Calibration, CDROM.
Users are encouraged to review the report: Hydrologic Modeling Final Report



2000

2000 El Paso-Las Cruces Regional Sustainable Water Project:

Water Resources Technical Report (Volume 1 of 2), CH2MHILL - El Paso, TX; 468 pgs., Volume 1 of 2, Water Resources Technical Report

Biological Resources Technical Report, Volume 1 of 2, CH2MHILL - Boise, ID, Volume 1 of 2, Biological Resources Technical Report

Evaluation of Socorro Ponds Storage and Development of Environmental Enhancement Options--Rio Bosque Wetlands Park; Task Order No. 5, Part 1 (Draft), Boyle Engineering Corp. - Albuquerque, NM; Parsons Engineering Science, Inc. - South Jordan, UT, DRAFT

Human and Socioeconomic Resources Technical Report, CH2MHILL - Boise, ID; 170 pgs., Human and Socioeconomic Resources Technical Report

2000 V. Gibbs, M.A. Stowe, D. Duke, R. Giese, M.C. Slaughter, El Paso-Las Cruces Regional Sustainable Water Project:

Cultural Resources Technical Report, Geo-Marine, Incorporated - El Paso, TX; 143 pgs., Cultural Resources Technical Report

2000 El Paso-Las Cruces Regional Sustainable Water Project:

El Paso Aqueduct Conceptual Design; Task Order No. 1, Amendment No. 4, Part 6, Revision 1 (Final Report), Boyle; Parsons, Final, Evaluate alignment & cost of EP Aqueduct System to initially convey 60 MGD; later convey 40 MGD of treated, potable water from the proposed El Paso UVWTP site in Anthony, TX through Anthony Gap to northeast El Paso.

Development of Conceptual Salinity Management Alternatives; Task Order No. 4, Part 1 (Final), Boyle Engineering Corp. - Albuquerque, NM; Parsons Engineering Science, Inc. - South Jordan, UT., FINAL, Obj:1) Complete literature review of potential sources of high levels of salts in Rio Grande water in reach of river from Mesilla Dam to El Paso Narrows; 2) Prepare salt mass balance of these sources; 3) Develop conceptual salinity reduction alternatives.

Anthony/Canutillo Membrane Treatment Pilot Plant; Task Order No. 1, Amendment No. 7, Part 9 (Final Report), Boyle; Parsons, Final, Engineering data to support design of an 80 MGD membrane filtration plant to be constructed near the pilot site to treat Rio Grande water; opportunity for equipment vendors to evaluate the performance of their membranes while treating Rio Grande water.

El Paso Upper Valley Water Treatment Plant Conceptual Site Layout; Task Order No. 1, Amendment No. 9, Part 11 (Final Report), Boyle; Parsons, Final, Develop a conceptual site layout and the Engineer's Opinion of Probable Construction Cost for EPWU's 80 MGD UVWTP. Evaluation of 2 water treatment options: conventional filtration water treatment plant; membrane filtration water treatment plant.

Siting Study for Phase I Facilities for DAC; Task Order No. 1, Amendment 11, Part 13 w/Addenda; Surface Water Treatment Plant Siting Study for the Central Planning Area of DAC - Task Order No. 1, Amendment 11, Part 13, Rev 1, Boyle Engineering Corp - Albuquerque, NM; Parsons Engineering Science, Inc. - South Jordan , UT., Final, Evaluation of land area requirements, construction costs & O&M costs associated w/conventional treatment & membrane treatment processes. The results of the study indicated that the most cost-effective treatment process is membrane treatment.

Study of Conveyance Facilities for Yearround Delivery of Surface Water to Water Treatment Plants; Task Order No. 4, Part 2, Boyle Engineering Corp - Albuquerque, NM; Parsons Engineering Science, Inc. - South Jordan , UT., Evaluate methods of delivering water from Mesilla Dam to the Anthony/Canutillo & Anthony Area water treatment plants; effects of required canal modifications and water delivery requirements to current canal operations; quantify effects of canal lining.

Hydrologic Modeling Final Report; Task Order No. 1, Part 2 & 3; Task Order No. 1, Part 5, Subtasks 1,2,6, & 7; Task Order No. 1, Amendment No. 10, Part 12, Including Revisions 1,3,4 and 5, Boyle Engineering Corp - Albuquerque, NM; Parsons Engineering Science, Inc. - South Jordan , UT., Final, Presents: data & assumptions used to develop the linked BESTSM/MODFLOW Model; results of model's calibration and sensitivity analyses; summary of analysis of Project Alternatives. Detailed results of analysis of alternatives & their respective impacts.

Draft Environmental Impact Statement, US Section, IBWC US and Mexico, El Paso Water Utilities/Public Service Board, CH2M Hill, El Paso, Texas, 2000, Volume I of II: Table of Contents, Executive Summary, Chapters 1, 2, & 3--Sections 3.1 through 3.3, 494 pgs.

Draft Environmental Impact Statement U.S. Section, IBWC, U.S. and Mexico, & El Paso Water Utilities/Public Service Board; Volume II of II: Chapter 3 - Sections 3.4 through 3.19, Chapters 4 through 9, and Appendices, 378 pgs.

Final Environmental Impact Statement U.S. Section, IBWC, U.S. and Mexico, & El Paso Water Utilities/Public Service Board;

2001

2001 El Paso-Las Cruces Regional Sustainable Water Project:

Record of Decision, U.S. Section, International Boundary and Water Commission, U.S./Mexico/ELP Water Utilities/PSB, This ROD documents the selection of the Preferred Alternative-River with Local Plants as presented in the ELP-LC Regional Sustainable Water Project. FEIS.




 

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