Airport West Lift Station Valve Vault
Airport West Lift Station Generator
LeCompte Road Lift Station prior to
rehab work.
Damaged aerial sewer crossing during
second flood on Kinser Bridge in
Springfield, Missouri.
New aerial sewer crossing on Kinser
Bridge has withstood several recent
major flood events.
New 200,000 gallon Elevated Storage
Tank under construction in Exeter,
Missouri
Extended Dry Detention Basin
Liberty Bank, Springfield, Missouri
Completed Projects:
  • Since inception in May 2004, White River Engineering, Inc. has been engaged in the design of several Municipal and
    Private Development Projects involving sanitary sewage conveyance and treatment, potable water distribution and
    storage facilities, residential streets, and stormwater management facilities. Completed projects for which White River
    Engineering, Inc. was the principal engineer include the following:

    Airport West Trunk Sewer, Lift Station and Force Main for City of Springfield, Missouri: Project encompassed design
    of approximately 17,400 feet of 10, 15, 18  & 21 inch gravity sewer, a triplex lift station having a firm capacity of 1,750
    gpm including chemical feed and storage system for odor control, building, a standby power system, and 18,200
    feet of 14 inch force main. Total construction cost was just over $4,000,000.

    LeCompte Road Lift Station Rehabilitation for City of Springfield, Missouri:  Project included replacing existing
    submersible pump bases, station piping and valving with new materials resistant to corrosion from acetic acid,
    providing an OSHA approved personnel winch to facilitate access into the station wet well, and site improvements to
    improve maintenance vehicle access. Total construction cost was just under $80,000.

    Public Water Supply System Improvements for City of Exeter, Missouri: Project included design of approximately
    38,000 feet of 6” replacement water mains and related appurtenances, a new 200,000 gallon elevated water storage
    tank, renovation of an existing 50,000 elevated water storage tank, and telemetry control system to control storage
    tank water level and two remote well pumps. Construction was completed in late fall of 2009. Total construction cost
    was just over $1,900,000.        

    Southwind Village Subdivision in Monett, Missouri for Brookside Developers, Inc.:  Project included land planning
    and infrastructure design for a 117 lot single family residential subdivision. Infrastructure improvements consisted of
    curb and gutter streets with sidewalks, storm sewer system with two detention basins, sanitary sewer extension, and
    potable water main extension. Project also required preparation of a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP).
    Phase 1 construction cost was just under $900,000.

    Rosebud Point Subdivision on Table Rock Lake near Lampe, Missouri for Horizon Construction, LLC.: Project
    included infrastructure design for a 20 lot upscale single family residential subdivision and consisted of bituminous
    surface streets, potable water main extension with pressure reducing station, septic tank effluent pump (STEP)
    collection system and wastewater treatment facility employing intermittent recirculating pea gravel filter technology
    and chemical precipitation of phosphorus.

    Kinser Bridge Emergency Repair to Trunk Sewer for City of Springfield, Missouri:  Project entailed replacement of
    existing trunk sewer suspended from Kinser Bridge damaged by floodwaters and provided for new pipeline, hanger,
    pipe insulation and jacketing system to prevent damage from occurring to the trunk sewer and bridge during future
    flooding events. Project required coordination with multiple agencies, easement acquisition and preparation of plans
    and specifications within an emergency time frame.

    Lot 65 Scenic Station Public Improvements in Springfield, Missouri for Burrell Behavioral Health:  Project included
    public improvement plan preparation for Sanitary Sewer, Sidewalk, and Storm Sewer Improvements. Total
    construction cost was just over $40,000.

    On-site Residential LPP Wastewater System Demonstration Project in Greene County, Missouri:  Design of Low
    Pressure Pipe Wastewater Treatment System to replace failed conventional lateral field. This project was used as a
    demonstration project by Greene County to educate design professionals and installers on design procedures,
    permit requirements, site limitations, and the latest trends in LPP technology and construction.

  • A partial listing of completed projects on which White River Engineering, Inc. was a sub-consultant to the principal
    architect follows:

    Metro Building Supply Building Addition in Springfield, Missouri (Stavros Estates - Lot 1) for Eoff and Associates, Inc.:
    Project included design of a storm sewer and preparation of drainage easement and covenants.

    One Park Centre - A Commercial Development in Springfield, Missouri (Park Place Subdivision - Lots 5, 6 & 7) for
    Eoff and Associates, Inc.: Project included design of parking lot and storm water management facilities and
    preparation of a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP).

    Community Bank of Missouri in Excelsior Springs, Missouri for Butler-Rosenbury and Partners, Inc.: Project included
    design of storm sewers and detention basin for construction of a new building.

    Cody’s Convenience Store on Norton Road and Kansas Expressway in Springfield, Missouri for Bates and
    Associates, Inc.:  Stormwater Management Plans and Report for site grading, stormwater conveyance features and
    stormwater detention basin.

    Community Blood Center of the Ozarks on Plainview Road and South Campbell in Springfield, Missouri for Butler-
    Rosenbury and Partners, Inc.:  Stormwater Management Plans and Report for modification of existing storm sewer
    system and the addition of storm sewer piping and inlets for construction of a new building addition.

    Legends Car Wash on Battlefield and Kansas Expressway in Springfield, Missouri for Butler-Rosenbury and
    Partners, Inc.:  Stormwater Management Plans and Report for analysis of existing stormwater collection and
    detention system, and Public Improvement Plans for storm sewer inlets and piping.

    Liberty Bank on East Sunshine in Springfield, Missouri for Butler-Rosenbury and Partners, Inc.:  Project included
    Stormwater Management Plans and Report for storm sewer inlets, piping and stormwater detention for construction
    of new building addition.

    Ozarks Regional YMCA, Monett, Missouri for Butler-Rosenbury and Partners, Inc.: Project included Stormwater
    Management Plans and Report for stormwater treatment, conveyance, and detention for construction of new building
    and parking lot. Various innovative technologies including bioretention swales, weep gardens and non-structural
    best management practices (BMPs) were evaluated to treat and manage stormwater runoff.

    Reeds Spring High School Addition in Reeds Spring, Missouri for Headland Landscape Architecture, LLC:  
    Preparation of detailed plans and specifications for site grading , stormwater management and Stormwater Pollution
    Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for new building and parking lot additions to the Reeds Spring High School.

    Standby Power Generators for Sanitary Sewer System in Taneyville, Missouri for Hood-Rich, Inc.:  This project
    consisted of the design of emergency standby power generation systems for the Village of Taneyville, Missouri at the
    Wastewater Treatment Plant and Lift Station sites. Design included two stationary packaged engine-driven generator
    sets equipped to operate on liquid propane gas with automatic transfer switches, one trailer-mounted diesel engine-
    driven generator set, and related electrical work. Construction was completed in summer of 2010 at a cost of
    $117,500.

    Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion for Reeds Spring, Missouri and Hood-Rich, Inc.: Project involved preparation
    of detailed construction plans and specifications for expanding the City’s existing Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR)
    wastewater treatment facility from 2 SBR basins to 3 SBR basins. A construction contract in the amount of $766,000
    was awarded on December 30, 2009 and construction was completed in fall of 2010.