KSA worked on a four-phase improvement plan for Springhill Water. The first phase involved various improvements, including rehabilitation of an existing elevated water storage tank; replacement of existing fire hydrants with 175 new hydrants; installation of 202 water valves and 10 air valves; installation and implementation of a city-wide fixed base automated meter reading (AMR) system; replacement of existing distribution lines; and installation of two emergency generators to ensure continuous system operation during outages. Phase two included the construction of a 500,000-gallon ground storage tank with booster station; replacement of existing fire hydrants with 185 new hydrants; installation of 222 water valves and 30 air valves; and replacement of existing distribution lines. The project also included the installation of three generators. Phases three and four consist of the replacement of existing fire hydrants with 225 new hydrants; installation of 276 water valves and 20 air valves; replacement of the existing distribution line; and work on two of the City’s water wells where an older water well was plugged and abandoned and one of the newer wells received substantial upgrades.