This project began as a review of the district as a preliminary design evaluation for a new SCADA system. In the process of the evaluation, it was discovered the main and secondary Pumping plants required personal on site to start and stop pumps. As a result, the Motor Control Centers (MCC) would require replacement in order to continue with the automation and SCADA project as desired. The district did not have capitol on hand to finance the additional MCC replacement costs. Innovative Controls developed through the Federal grant program a Grant for the district to partially fund the MCC and new SCADA system costs. A majority of the project cost justifications came from Energy via efficient automated pump sequencing.