Jones Edmunds completed the design to modernize and expand the gas collection and control system (GCCS) at the Brevard County Central Disposal Facility. The GCCS required substantial upgrades to meet Title V requirements and to provide the estimated 3,000 scfm needed to supply the new 9.6-MW electrical power plant. The work consisted of evaluating the 140-acre system to determine the condition and areas requiring improvement. The GCCS analysis included reviewing wellfield data, gas quality, wellfield vacuum distribution, condensate management, and integration with filling operations. The new system included 2,200 linear feet of vertical wells, 11,000 linear feet of horizontal wells, and over 10,000 linear feet of HDPE pipe 16 inches and larger in diameter. Jones Edmunds also provided contract administration and construction services for the expansion and partial closure. A unique challenge was the need to keep the GCCS, which supplied approximately 2,000 scfm to the power plant, operating. Specifically, this required careful coordination with the County, the Contractor, the power plant, and Jones Edmunds field personnel.