Submitted by Murray, Smith & Associates, Inc.

The project includes a new 4-million gallon pre-stressed concrete reservoir sited in one of the City of Sherwood’s main park facilities.

Photo: Harold Hutchinson, Hh Click

Along with the reservoir, construction included 1,800 ft of transmission pipeline, a 2,200 gallon-per-minute booster pump station, re-chlorination and water quality monitoring facilities and on-site stormwater quality and detention facilities. The partially buried reservoir is integrated into the park design and features two regulation tennis courts on the roof. Park trails and site drainage fit with the final site grading, optimizing site use.

The project involved an extensive public outreach program and conditional use permitting through the City, as well as facility permitting through Washington County and Clean Water Services.

Built on-time and on-budget, the project provides the City with additional key pieces to their water infrastructure while improving a key city park.

Owner: City of Sherwood
General Contractor: Emery & Sons Construction
Civil Engineer/CM: Murray, Smith & Associates
Landscape Architect: Murase Associates
Consultants: Peterson Structural Engineers; MWH Americas; NLV Services; S&B Inc.; GRI
Subcontractors: Marion Construction Co.; DYK Inc.; Stettler Supply Co.; Benton Electric; Northwest Pipe Co.; Atlas Track & Tennis