Dewberry Awarded Engineering Services Contract for Berkeley County Infrastructure Improvements

For Immediate Release
Fairfax, VA | 10.05.2020

Firm to provide services under five-year contract as part of the district’s capital improvement plan.

Dewberry has announced that it has been selected to provide engineering services for the Berkeley County Public Service Water District’s (Berkeley Water) water distribution system in Berkeley County, West Virginia.

Task orders may include water modeling and capital planning, new groundwater source development, new water booster pumping stations, raw water pumping stations, finished storage tanks, and new water mains. The need for these projects comes from the rapid growth in Berkeley County, which is the fastest growing county in the state with nearly 1,000 new residential connections added to the water distribution system each year.

“Dewberry has been serving Berkeley Water and county residents since 1979 under multiple administrations, making them one of our longest-term clients,” said Dewberry Project Manager Martin Kazmierczak, PE, PMP. “We are both proud and humbled to be selected to serve Berkeley Water for another five years.”

Over the last five years, Dewberry has designed extensive water infrastructure to serve both major industrial clients and commercial and residential users while helping Berkeley Water develop a capacity improvement fee to fund new growth and development.  

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  • Berkeley County Infrastructure Improvements
  • engineering
  • water
  • Water Distribution
  • water modeling
  • capital planning
  • groundwater source development
  • raw water pumping station
  • water booster pumping station
  • storage tanks
  • water main
  • Martin Kazmierczak

  • Designed by Dewberry, this new two-million gallon, elevated storage tank serves Berkeley Water’s rapidly growing airport zone. Photo courtesy of Dewberry.
    Designed by Dewberry, this new two-million gallon, elevated storage tank serves Berkeley Water’s rapidly growing airport zone. Photo courtesy of Dewberry.
  • Three new pre-engineered water booster pumping stations were fast-tracked by Dewberry using a negotiated pre-selection project delivery method to meet stringent completion schedules. Photo courtesy of Dewberry.
    Three new pre-engineered water booster pumping stations were fast-tracked by Dewberry using a negotiated pre-selection project delivery method to meet stringent completion schedules. Photo courtesy of Dewberry.
  • Dewberry developed a county-wide hydraulic model to help Berkeley Water evaluate immediate and long-term improvements for the distribution system. Photo courtesy of Dewberry.
    Dewberry developed a county-wide hydraulic model to help Berkeley Water evaluate immediate and long-term improvements for the distribution system. Photo courtesy of Dewberry.
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