St. Joseph’s Hospital North: Water Resource Development & WUP Permitting
SI is assisting St. Joseph’s Hospital and Rañon & Partners, Inc. in acquiring a new Individual WUP for the operation of the central energy plant, the irrigation of the lawn and landscape, and for the supply of standby potable water during a disaster emergency.
St. Joseph's Hospital North Medical Office Building
Phase One is a stand alone Medical
Office Building which includes HealthPoint, an adult and pediatric clinic
including 13 examination rooms and 6 doctor's offices in one 64,000
square foot building. The second Phase One building houses a Diagnostic Clinic,
including a CT Scan, MRI, Ultrasound, Mammography and Bone Density and
Radiographic diagnostic services.
St. Joseph's Hospital North
Water Use and Consumption
8-inch diameter Floridan well will provide 295,200 gpd (or 205 gpm)
the makeup water for the central energy plant and will provide 352,800 gpd (245
gpm) to provide potable water during disaster emergencies.
5-inch wells will provide water for the irrigation of the lawn and landscape.
The irrigation system is designed to use effluent from Hillsborough County when it becomes available in the future. The irrigation wells will be used to augment the system if effluent is not readily available.
WUP Permitting Challenges
This particular project faced major permitting difficulties due to the location of the project site. Tampa Bay Water Wellfield #21 is located directly to the south of St. Joseph’s Hospital North. One of our goals at SI is to reduce any and all impacts (> or = to 0.5 ft drawdown) to existing water users, in this case, Tampa Bay Water. The groundwater modeling for this project shows that there would be no impacts to the Tampa Bay Water Wellfield #21.
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