Strum undertook a detailed hydrogeological evaluation for a proposed 294-hectare residential development site to identify and minimize potential impacts of the proposed development on existing groundwater users and provide the expected groundwater quantity and quality for future owners. Phase I testing involved the coordination and supervision of the construction of six test wells, six-step drawdown pump tests, two 48 hour long-term pump tests, and water quality analysis. A well survey was also conducted to collect baseline monitoring information.