presented by Robert Gray, PG
Learn about the challenges encountered and solutions implemented as Robert Gray shares his experiences and reviews employed methodology for constructing a new wellfield in the Ogallala of the Texas Panhandle (awarded the NGWA Outstanding Groundwater Project for Water Supply in 2011) and expanding an existing wellfield in the Pecos Valley alluvium in west Texas. The two projects combined resulted in new production capacity exceeding 50 million gallons per day.
Challenges were encountered in both projects related to hydrogeologic characterization, design, and construction. Examples include characterization of complex interbedded alluvial sedimentary geology to select optimal sites for well development, methods employed to develop efficient well designs, characterization of variable water quality for meeting targeted production quality, and methods employed during construction and development to optimize well performance.
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