Michael C. Alfieri, Principal Hydrogeologist Contributes to Suggested Practices for Aquifer Storage and Recovery

Michael C. Alfieri, P.G.(Professional Geologist), P.Hg. (Professional Hydrologist), CGWP (Certified Groundwater Professional), Principal Hydrogeologist at WRA Engineering, was asked by National Ground Water Association, NGWA, to contribute as part of a task group to create the Best Suggested Practices (BSP) for Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR). This document provides information for consideration ranging from desktop feasibility studies to maintenance of a constructed …

South Lake Regional Water Initiative

Water Resource Associates (WRA) was recently awarded the Alternative Water Supply Strategic Services project by the South Lake Regional Water Initiative (SLRWI).  The SLRWI is made up of South Lake County communities including Clermont; Groveland; Mascotte; Minneola; and Montverde; Lake County Government; and Lake Utility Services, Inc.  The SLRWI was created to foster a cooperative approach to solving the South …

Mall at University Town Center | Sarasota, FL

The new 880,000 square foot Mall at University Town Center opened its doors on Oct. 16th. The $315 million mall features more than 100 stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s and Dillards, with the goal of reaching 120 by Thanksgiving. WRA was the civil engineering firm responsible for the design and permitting of the mall, located at the corner of …

Rethinking Reuse in Florida | The WaterReuse Florida Board Meeting and Potable Reuse Workshop

The WaterReuse Florida Board Meeting and Potable Use Workshop  took place on Nov. 3 and 4, 2014 at MOSI in Tampa, FL. Mark Farrell, Principal of WRA, was a featured speaker on the WateReuse Foundation Research for Direct Potable Reuse.. Mr. Farrell was also the moderator on the panel speaking about what Florida regulatory agencies can do to advance the …

Estancia

After the successful design and permitting of Phase 1 of Estancia at Wiregrass, including 200 acres of 300 single family homes, and a 7-acre Amenity Center, WRA began engineering design for Standard Pacific Homes (StanPac) on the next 500 acres of Estancia. The project includes design and permitting for buildout of 840 additional homes covering over 500 acres, including all associated …