Soboba 2.0 Million Gallon Welded Steel Reservoir

Construction Management and Inspection for Soboba 2.0 Million Gallon Welded Steel Reservoir


Construction Management & Inspection

About This Project

The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indian reservation is a 3172-acre tribal reservation located in the San Jacinto Valley. The tribe operates its own Public Works Department which serves to offer the reservation and its residents services such as landscape maintenance, flood control, transportation, and water and sewer services.


The Soboba Public Works Department contracted ERSC to aid in the design of water infrastructure improvements necessary to adequately serve the Tribe’s growing gaming facility.


It was determined that the Tribe would need to construct a 2.0 million-gallon reservoir to provide additional fire protection to support the casino and hotel expansion, as well as to provide enhanced water service to residences.


To minimize aesthetic impacts to the reservation, a site for the new reservoir was required to be out of the view of the reservation’s residents and visitors. A site in the adjacent hills was selected to both shield the reservoir from view and to provide additional pressure.


ERSC also provided construction management and inspection throughout the project.