Hydromax USA Enters into 4-yr Contract to Support American Water

Hydromax USA has entered into a 4yr contract with American Water - Military Services Group to provide up to $10M in water and waste water services to AWMSG military installations throughout the US. American Water Military Services Group is a part of American Water, the largest publicly traded water and wastewater services provider in the U.S. Hydromax USA is a professional services firm with the goal of transforming infrastructure data into actionable business intelligence for the owners,…


Henrico County, VA Selects Hydromax for 5-yr Infrastructure Assessment

Hydromax USA has been selected to perform a 5-year comprehensive program for the county’s water distribution system infrastructure.  The project includes performing condition assessment, maintenance, and repair of all distribution system valves and hydrants, and providing geospatial data management management services.  Infrastructure condition assessment is integral to optimize the performance of our client's distribution assets and to minimize delivery costs. Hydromax USA’s programs are…


Broward County, FL Selects Hydromax for 3-yr Infrastructure Assessment

Hydromax USA has been selected to perform a 3-year system wide infrastructure assessment and rehabilitation program for the county’s 6000 fire hydrants. The project includes: hydrant maintenance, condition assessment, repairs and replacements of fire hydrant assemblies, upper and lower barrel repairs, performing AWWA M17 fire capacity testing, exercising and assessment of related isolation valves, and providing GIS information management services. Hydromax is also proud to continue its…


Reidsville, NC Selects Hydromax USA for Unidirectional Flushing Program

As part of its commitment to ongoing management of water quality, the City of Reidsville, NC has selected Hydromax USA to implement a Unidirectional Flushing Program designed to clean the water distribution system pipes, restore capacity, and maintain high quality water for it customers. Unidirectional flushing uses 40% less water than conventional flushing.  UDF programs are also more effective than traditional flushing programs, as they are designed to increase the velocity of the water…


The City of Goshen, IN selects Hydromax USA for Leak Detection Survey

The City of Goshen, IN selected Hydromax USA to perform a comprehensive survey using a combination of audible devices and state of the art sonic detection and computer correlation equipment. The survey will be conducted on approximately 193 miles of the City's water distribution system with 2419 main line valves, 1339 public fire hydrants and 301 private fire hydrants.


City of St. Louis selects Hydromax USA for Valve Condition Assessment

  Hydromax was selected to perform condition assessment of the City's water distribution system valves to provide essential information that will help to improve capital investment and O&M planning, provide continuity for critical systems, manage risk, and facilitate regulatory compliance.


Hydromax Completes Large Diameter, Deep Tunnel Inspections in Minnesota

Hydromax USA (HUSA) recently completed the inspection of more than 170,000 LF of large diameter interceptors in Minneapolis and St. Paul on behalf of the Metropolitan Council (MCES) and Brown & Caldwell (B&C).


HUSA Selected for Flow Monitoring in Lexington

In March 2014, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) hired Hydromax USA  to provide sanitary sewer flow metering services for their Capacity Assessment Program to verify and recalibrate the hydraulic model.


HUSA Partners with CH2M Hill in Cincinnati

Hydromax USA has been selected to support CH2M Hill with Water Distribution System field services for its 2014 Greater Cincinnati Model Validation and Tracer Study Project.


HUSA Gets Published in The Conduit Again

Although still an evolving aspect of sewer system maintenance and peak flow reduction, the incorporation of a private property I/I abatement program just may be the missing piece necessary to solve many utilities wet weather peak flow issues. Read this recently published article in The Conduit magazine, coauthored by HUSA's Jeff Griffiths.