Ryan Altenburg & WHCE assisted Grand Valley Irrigation Company (GVIC) in identifying opportunities to upgrade and improve their canal system, as well as identifying and obtaining funding. Applications were submitted for numerous sections of the canal system for the funding opportunity announcement and were successfully awarded one of the applications. The award is the second funding provided to GVIC, with subsequent awards following. After successful award, WHCE & Ryan Altenburg worked with GVIC to develop construction documents for a portion of the funding, while coordinating with a second engineering firm to develop salinity saving designs for over 14,000 feet of canal improvements resulting in salinity savings of over 1,749 Tons. Canal flows ranged from 30 CFS to over 650 CFS to irrigate approximately 30,000 acres. A synthetic canal lining system with Shotcrete overlay was designed to reduce seepage and conveyance losses, to meet the requirements of the federally funded project.