SEPI was responsible for the development of a water model analysis of approximately 26-miles for existing 6” – 16” waterline for the Town of Leland. The model contained more than 500 pipes and over 1,000 nodes, while including all minor losses for bends, piping, and gate valves.

The model was created using extended period simulation to determine water looping scenarios to improve the Town’s existing system. Services included water model analysis of existing water system; survey of existing water system; and future water usage/growth simulation.