The City of Danielsville and RMA worked together in the design, permitting and construction of the 100,000 gallon elevated tank project that included the disassembly, transport and re-assembly of the tank. The tank was raised 52' to match the City's existing tank HWL and provided additional storage and improved fire protection.
The City of Villa Rica and RMA worked together on the funding, design, permitting and construction of the S.R. 61 booster pumping station project which consisted of a duplex booster station with enclosure, piping, valves, electrical and SCADA. The project also included 15,700 L.F. of 12-inch DIP water main.
The City of Sky Valley and RMA worked together on the funding, design, permitting and construction of the Bay Berry water booster pumping station. The project included the pumping station enclosure, two centrifugal booster pumps (54 GPM), piping, valves, meter, electrical and controls.
The City of Lula and RMA worked together in the design, permitting and construction of the 300,000 gallon elevated storage tank. The project also included the tank foundations and structural designs that were furnished by the tank manufacturer.
The City of Flowery Branch and RMA worked together in the design and construction of a 750,000-gallon tank, the installation of the booster pump and construction of a block building. The project cost for the water tank and booster pumping station was $528,880.