AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Water & Sewer Rate Design Analysis /Restructuring
Financial Feasibility Reports
Capital Improvement Planning
FEATURED CONSULTING PROJECTS
Town of Edisto Beach Rate Study & Financial Feasibility Report
Water and sewer rate study and preparation of a Financial Feasibility Report. Historical revenue and expense trends were evaluated to determine future projections. In conjunction with the Rate Study, a Financial Feasibility Report was also developed.
Feasibility Study of the Former Biomass Facility at the University of South Carolina Columbia Campus
Feasibility Study of the repurposing alternatives available for the former Biomass Facility, once the demolition of the existing Biomass Equipment has been completed.
West Columbia Rate Study, Capacity Fees Study & Financial Feasibility Report
Water and Sewer Rate Study, conducting a Capacity Fee Analysis, and preparing a Financial Feasibility Report. Recommendations were made, and subsequently adopted to implement a new rate structure for the City that better reflects the cost of service for each customer class, and provides for a more accurate distribution of water and sewer revenue.
I-20 Wastewater System Evaluation Study
In connection with the Town of Lexington’s acquisition of the CWS I-20 Regional Wastewater System, a sewer system evaluation study and capital improvements plan was performed in order to identify the condition, capacity, location, and required future capital improvements for the system which includes approximately 101,000 LF of gravity sanitary sewer mains, 50,000 LF of force mains, 450 manholes, and 16 pump stations. The field data was collected by Town staff and then reviewed by AEC’s NASSCO Certified staff. In conjunction with gravity main inspection, a thorough inspection of all sixteen (16) pump stations was performed.
City of West Columbia Water and Sewer Rate Study
Conducted a water and sewer system financial feasibility evaluation and rate study for the City in conjunction with the City’s wastewater treatment services by the Columbia Metro WWTP.
The Avenues Drainage Study
AEC conducted a storm drainage conveyance study including pipes and ditches due to persistent localized flooding in the Avenues portion of the City of Cayce. Data compiled was put into a hydraulic model in order to identify portions of the drainage system that were over capacity. The study evaluated a total area of 530 acres comprised of three separate drainage areas.
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