Projects

  • Reuter‐Hess Dam & Reservoir, Parker, CO

    The Reuter–Hess Reservoir, behind the Frank Jaeger Dam, is a major water management project for the Parker Water and Sanitation District [PWSD].  The project was designed to capture water when available for times it isn’t, and recycle processed return flows, thereby reducing reliance on groundwater. As of 2005, it was one of only two major water management projects in the American West. When initial construction was nearly complete, other water districts joined the project and funded expansion to 72,000 acre feet. Final completion was in 2012 at a total cost of around $170 million.

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