City of Beeville Waterline Repair and Raw Water Line Water Source

June 2019

BEEVILLE, TX – LNV provided engineering design services to the City of Beeville to repair a leak in the existing 24-inch raw water line.

LNV’s client, the City of Beeville, was pleased to hear that LNV had made a successful recommendation to repair a leaking raw water intake line at the Nueces River. The City believes the line had been leaking for more than a year before it was noticed.

Eric Villarreal, PE, LNV’s Project Manager and Vice President, stated, “One of the biggest challenges of this project was that the leak was located under water within the Nueces River”. LNV developed a plan to replace 1,000-feet of pipe by sliplining HDPE pipe inside the 24-inch existing pipe.

Another challenge was that this water line is the only source of water for the City of Beeville. Therefore, the plan also included providing a temporary bypass pump to maintain water service to the City’s water treatment plant.

In total, the city water line was down approximately five hours. LNV was successful in solving the City’s waterline and raw water intake issue and the consumers were not without water for a lengthy period of time.

LNV is hopeful that this recommendation was a successful fix to the City’s current water system infrastructure and will hopefully lead to the assistance of a more proactive system to avoid any future complications.

Stringers for Scholarships 2019

June 2019

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Del Mar College and LNV partnered up for the 6th Annual Stringers for Scholarships fishing tournament located at Marker 37 Marina in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Stringers for Scholarships is an annual tournament hosted by the Del Mar College Foundation and LNV to raise scholarship funds for local students.

Overall, the 2019 tournament was a huge success. Over 230 anglers spent the day on the water for a good cause. The Foundation’s annual tournament presented by LNV raised over $69,000 in student scholarships. There were also over 22 sponsors who helped make this year’s tournament such a success. Multiple local businesses donated food, drinks, coolers, raffle and door prizes and their time to raising money for student scholarships.

Participants enjoyed a Captain’s Meeting the night before the tournament catered by Saltwater Grill and a BBQ lunch the day of the tournament from ONYX Engineering’s fabulous competitive cooking team. Local musician, John Eric, played some Texas Country music while anglers weighed in their biggest catches.

The LNV Team and Del Mar College are extremely grateful for the opportunity to invest in our local students. Funds raised at this tournament go directly to Del Mar College students to assist in furthering their education. We are appreciative of our new sponsors and sponsors who have been assisting in the success of this tournament for the last six years.

Below are the results of the winners for the 2019 Stringers for Scholarships fishing tournament:

Non-Guided:

Heaviest Trout – First Place: Power Source Electric, Team For Reel

Heaviest Trout – Second Place: Precision Pump Systems

Heaviest Trout – Third Place: Hubert Construction, Team Bottom Feeders

Heaviest Redfish – First Place: Samuel Serrata, Team DMC Welding Slow N Steady

Heaviest Redfish – Second Place: Hubert Construction, Team Bottom Feeders

Heaviest Redfish – Third Place: Precision Pump Systems

Heaviest Flounder – First Place: Team DMC Salty Johnsons

Heaviest Stringer – Team Onyx Engineering, Captain Kenneth Soto

Guided:

Heaviest Trout – First Place: Team LNV Here for the Beer, Captain Eric Villarreal

Heaviest Trout – Second Place: Team DMC Team Houlihan – Just One More Outfitter

Heaviest Stringer – Team Spaw Glass, Captain Eric Kennedy

Fly Fishing:

Heaviest Stringer – Team Borden Insurance, Captain Michael Swantner

Other:

Smallest Fish – Schneider Electric