Infrastructure Week, Day 2: Water

Water is a vital resource, but with a rise in deteriorating infrastructure and underfunded programs like the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF), we’ve run into a nationwide problem. In recent years, we’ve witnessed water crises on a national scale in places like Michigan, Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, New York, and the Southwest United States. Over one million miles of pipes work to deliver water around the county, most of that aging infrastructure having been laid many decades ago. Now more than ever, America requires government action to upgrade insufficient water infrastructure. Clean, reliable drinking water is a commodity that everyone, without exception, should have access to.

At KC Engineering and Land Surveying, P.C. (KC), our water supply group works to create sufficient, long-term methods to provide safe water. With a group of skilled water, wastewater, civil, and environmental engineers, KC is able to provide lasting solutions to various municipalities, residential developments, agencies, and more. KC continues to play a vital role in ensuring the functionality of filtration systems, water resources, and water treatment.