Water/Wastewater Projects

Updated 2/8/18 - updated information shown in red

Bakers Branch Collector Phase II
 
The project includes the installation of approximately 2,300 linear feet of 18-inch wastewater main that replaces an existing 12-inch/15-inch wastewater main. The professional services agreement for the design phase of the project, in the amount of $120,000, was approved by Town Council on July 17, 2017. Design is ongoing. Alignment survey is complete.

FM 2499 Waterline Phase I (Dixon to South of FM 1171)

The project consists of approximately 7300 linear feet of 12 inch waterline along FM 2499, from south of the Robertson’s Creek commercial development south to the Texas Presbyterian Hospital, filling in gaps between existing waterlines.  Includes an additional 140 linear feet of waterline along FM 2499, south of FM 1171, closing a gap in the 12 inch loop south of FM 1171.  The professional services agreement for the design was awarded at the January 18, 2018 council meeting to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

High Road Waterline Replacement Phase I

The project consists of the replacement of approximately 16,000 linear feet of substandard waterlines along High Road and within the adjacent neighborhoods to the west from Arabian Circle to Lost Creek Drive. The professional services agreement for the design services, with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $296,000 was approved by Town Council on January 17, 2017. Design is ongoing. Establishment of alignment is complete. 60% plans are under review.

Kirkpatrick Lane Waterline Phase II (Valley Ridge to FM1171)

The project consists of approximately 5,280 linear feet of 12 inch waterline along the north-south leg. The professional services agreement for the design phase is scheduled to be awarded at the January 18th council meeting to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

Lakeside Business District Water Reuse Master Plan

The masterplan will provide analysis, findings, and recommendations for implementing a plan to meet the Town’s reuse water system infrastructure needs over the build-out of the system located in the Lakeside Business District, including Gerault Park and the surrounding areas. The goal of the produced document is to serve as a planning tool for the current and future needs by projecting reuse water demands, identifying the resulting required infrastructure and developing a list of recommended capital improvement projects along with corresponding budgets. The award of the professional services contract to Alan Plumber Associates, Inc., in the amount of $118,173, was approved by Town Council on July 17, 2017. Design is ongoing.  A meeting was held December 19, 2018 with the design consultant to provide an update on the project. Major irrigation users (property owners) were identified and are being contacted and provided surveys in order to better determine maximum use numbers. Draft of the master plan was delivered January 29.

Anticipated completion: July 2018

Lift Station Decommissioning Phase I

The project includes the evaluation and design of improvements and/or decommissioning of seven lift stations throughout the Town. The project will reduce ongoing maintenance cost and operational cost of unnecessary lift stations by decommissioning them, converting flow to gravity, and improve lift stations that will accept the redirected flow. The professional services agreement for the design phase services for Phase I, with Alan Plummer Associates, Inc., in the amount of $246,000, was approved by Town Council on November 7, 2016. The following lift stations will be de-commissioned: Simmons, Morris and Gerault Park. The following lift stations will be upgraded: Sanctuary, Justin, Yucca and Wichita Trail I. Design is ongoing. 100% complete plans were submitted to staff for review and comments. Project is expected to go to bid in February.

Pintail Pump Station (Auxiliary Power & Upgrades)

This project includes the design of backup power for the Pintail Pump Station which will include a standby generator and required transferring electrical equipment. The professional services agreement for the design phase was awarded at the January 18th council meeting to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

Rippy Road Waterline Improvements (Waketon Road to Speyside Drive)

The project consists of the installation of approximately 3,700 feet of 12-inch waterline. The professional services agreement with Urban Engineers Group, Inc., to provide professional engineering services, for an amount not to exceed $78,300 was approved by Town Council on November 21, 2016. Design is ongoing. Alignment surveying is ongoing. 95% complete plan review comments by staff were given to the consultant.  

Upper Timber Creek Interceptor Phase III 

The project includes the replacement and realignment of approximately 3,000 linear feet of 27 inch wastewater main from FM 1171 to Hidden Forest Drive. The professional services agreement for the design phase services with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., for $134,500, was approved by Town Council on April 18, 2016. Alignment was approved taking in to consideration the new park amenities, large trees and existing property and easements.  The consultant is preparing an exhibit showing all easement locations that will need to be acquired for the project. Design is ongoing. 90% plans were submitted for review.

Upper Timber Creek Interceptor Phase IV

The project consists of the replacement of approximately 4,300 linear feet of existing gravity wastewater main with a combination of 27-inch and 30-inch gravity wastewater main from Blair Drive to the Oak Drive Lift Station. The professional services agreement for design services with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $230,000 was approved by Town Council on January 17, 2017. Design is ongoing. Alignment survey is complete. 90% plans were submitted for review.
      
Wastewater Treatment Plant Rehabilitation Phase IV – Plant Biosolids Facilities Upgrades. 

This project is for upgrades to the WWTP Biosolids facilities. The professional services agreement (PSA) with Alan Plummer Associates, Inc., to provide engineering services in preparing detailed plans and specifications relating to the project in the amount of $315,108.00 was approved by Town Council on July 20, 2015. Town Council approved the $3,837,000 contract, with Red River Construction Co., on September 6, 2016. The effective start date was October 24. Startups will begin next week. Startup coordination ongoing between plant staff and the contractor.  
       
Anticipated completion: April 2018 

Wastewater Treatment Plant Rehabilitation Phase V – Plant Biosolids Facilities Upgrades. 

This project is Part II of the upgrades to the WWTP Biosolids facilities. Upgrades include the demolition and replacement of the existing holding tanks, sludge thickening facilities, and upgrades to the aeration equipment. The professional services agreement with Alan Plummer Associates, Inc., to provide engineering services in the preparation of detailed plans and specifications, in the amount of $623,681 was approved by the Town Council on June 19, 2017. Design is ongoing. Anticipate award of project in October 2018.