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Ground Water Science - City of Hamilton, Ohio - Well and wellfield capacity testing and modeling support of an application for increased withdrawal and well construction supervision and testing

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Hamilton operates several very high-capacity well fields in the Miami River Valley aquifer for both potable and power plant cooling supply in a highly developed urban-suburban setting. Work includes characterizing wellfield performance, updating and correcting the existing regionally constructed MODFLOW model of the aquifer, and pioneering projecting output in GIS to provide detailed visual representation of impacts on known geographical locations, plus technical assistance in liaison with Ohio EPA and other regional entities. A virtual redoing of antiquated MODFLOW files and reporting was conducted in two months on schedule. New well specifications, construction supervision and testing on rapid timescales for power cooling has been completed. Planning included interaction with PRPs of a Superfund site, a test drilling program (including sonic methods in deep, coarse glacial material), design and installation of a monitoring array, and well design, construction supervision and testing. We can handle your big job.well testing at 4000 gpm

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Protecting larger wellfields may require calculation of wellhead protection areas. Your state may have already done that for you, but it’s a good idea to have a hydrogeologist update the delineation.