Water Rights – Water Resources

Water Rights – Water Resources

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Deere & Ault Consultants Inc. is an engineering firm specializing in water resource projects. The firm brings together a group of experienced professionals with more than 200 years combined experience in the investigation, analysis, and design of water resource projects.

Key clients of Deere & Ault involving hydrology and water rights engineering include the City of Thornton; City of Longmont; City of Aurora, Board of Water Works of Pueblo, Colorado; Town of Erie; Central City; Arkansas Groundwater Users Association; Water Users of District 6; St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District; and Left Hand Water District. As a consultant to these clients, Deere & Ault’s staff has participated in numerous water rights investigations as engineering consultants for applicants and objectors to water rights cases.

Deere & Ault’s staff has participated in over 200 water rights cases and has provided expert witness testimony in over 50 cases. The types of water rights cases in which we have provided engineering consultation have included water rights transfers from agricultural to municipal use, adjudication of direct flow and storage rights, plans for augmentation, substitute water supply plans, exchanges, water quality litigation, groundwater appropriation for both tributary and non-tributary sources, drainage litigation, ditch easement and encroachment litigation, and condemnation litigation.

The major factors which distinguish Deere & Ault from other water resource engineering firms are both the depth and the scope of experience of the professional staff on water resource projects, dams, reservoirs, and conveyance facilities. Moreover, our staff has worked together on numerous successful projects and has solved many difficult permitting, design, and construction issues in the process. We have taken many projects from the conceptual phase through alternative and feasibility studies, design, and ultimately construction.