Coyote Springs Master-Planned Community
Coyote Springs is a master-planned golf community 50 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada. The development's 43,000 acres include a Jack Nicklaus golf course. When fully built out, the development could be home to as many as 200,000 people.
A water campus was needed to provide water for both the housing development and golf course. We were hired by Pardee Homes of Nevada, the primary home builder for Coyote Springs, to provide design-build and construction management at-risk services for the design and construction of a water treatment facility and two wastewater treatment facilities.
The first wastewater treatment facility was designed to be temporary with a capacity of 0.10 MGD. The treatment facility will utilize an activated sludge process with a membrane bioreactor (MBR) system to treat wastewater. The facility also includes screening, flow equalization, disinfection and a solids handling system. The second is a permanent facility with an initial capacity of 2.1 MGD. One hundred percent of the effluent is proposed to be reused on up to 15 golf courses and open space.