Computer hydraulic water system modeling has become an essential planning tool for engineers and city planners when considering present day and future water system needs. USI engineers have extensive experience developing and implementing computer water system models for use in system wide master planning as well as evaluating localized projects. USI has the capability to develop hydraulic models in numerous software platforms including H2OMap Water, H2ONet, WaterGEMS and WaterCAD. The primary steps to creating computer water system models include inputting physical system attributes (i.e. pipe, tanks, pumps, etc.), development of distributed water demands and model calibration. USI engineers work closely with clients throughout the entire model development to insure that the model is accurate and that the clients needs and expectations are met or exceeded.