Cleburne County Water Authority owns and operates a three million gallon per day water system, providing potable water services to the residents of Cleburne County and the Town of Heflin, Alabama, the largest city and county seat. There are approximately 15,000 residents and over 561 square miles in Cleburne County, Alabama. The Water Authority also sells water to neighboring water systems in Alabama and Georgia.
Cleburne County Water Authority hired Constantine Engineering professionals for their Water System Improvement and Extensions Project.
This $9.2 million project includes the installation of 87 miles of new water pipelines of various sizes, from 3 inch to 16 inch, plus three new concrete water storage tanks that are 1 million gallons, 750,000 gallons, and 200,000 gallons in capacity, three new pump stations of 2800 GPM (gallons per minute), 1000 GPM and 400 GPM capacity, as well as 600 new customer service connections and a directional bore under the Tallapoosa River. Constantine Engineering professionals provided design engineering, permitting, construction management, and inspection on this project.