Water/Wastewater Projects

Updated 1/21/21 - updated information shown in red

Bruton Orand Elevated Storage Tank Chloramine Project

Description: This project includes preparation of plans and specifications for design and construction of a chlorine residual control system.  It also includes development of documents for the TCEQ plans and specifications review, and for a TCEQ exceptions request.

A professional services agreement with Freese & Nichols, Inc., to provide engineering services for design and construction phase services, in the amount of $65,000, was approved by Council on March 18, 2019. Design is complete. Council approved the required mixer purchase on July 20. Fabrication of the mixer was delayed. Mixer installation is underway. 

Project Cost: $300,000
Funding source(s): Other
Anticipated completion: February 2021

Colonial Drive Sewer Line Replacement (Whitney Lane to Homestead Drive)

Description: This project is for reconstruction of roughly 600 feet of existing sanitary sewer main along Colonial Drive between Whitney Lane and Homestead Drive.  The existing sanitary sewer main was videoed by the Public Works department and the information was evaluated to identify the sections failing and in need of replacement.  Those specific areas are from Whitney Lane to Superior Drive and just south of Homestead Drive with an isolated spot repair along Colonial Drive. 

A professional services agreement for design services (for this project and the Colonial Drive Phase II street project) with Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, Inc., in the amount of $153,639.50, was awarded December 16, 2019. Received 95% submittal.

Project cost: $400,000
Funding source(s): Utility Debt

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

Description:
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 design was awarded at the January 18, 2018 council meeting to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Construction contract was awarded at the September 16, 2019 council meeting. Notice to Proceed was issued January 22, 2020, however held up due to inspector staffing shortage. One additional area along FM 2499 required a change order which was approved December 7. Completing final testing, final items and preparing for walk thru.   

Project Cost: $3,200,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, TIRZ, Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: January 2021

Forest Vista Water Line

Description: 
The project includes the replacement of a 12-inch main. This project is being done with the Forest Vista Drive Reconstruction Phase II.

A professional services agreement for design services, with Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, Inc., in the amount of $160,487 was awarded on January 7, 2019. Design is complete. Bid opening was January 29. Construction contract awarded April 20, 2020 council meeting. Notice to proceed issued June 29. The two regular eastbound lanes of Forest Vista Drive are closed between Lake Forest Boulevard and Morriss Road. Forest Vista eastbound traffic is diverted to the north side of the median, where the two normal westbound lanes will function as two-way traffic. Once complete, traffic will be switched to the south side.

Project cost: $210,000
Funding source(s): Other
Anticipated completion: May 2021

Garden Ridge Water Line Phase II

Description: the project is Phase II of II and includes installation of approximately 3,200 linear feet of water line along Garden Ridge Boulevard from Bellaire Boulevard to Ridgecreek Drive. The new water line will expand the water distribution system per the Town’s adopted Water Plan.

A professional services agreement for design was approved on on November 4, 2019. Design is ongoing. 65% design received. Anticipate construction award in September. Low bidder withdrew so we moved to second low bidder. Construction contract awarded October 5, 2020. Preconstruction meeting held. Notice to proceed issues for January 19, 2021.

Project Cost: $1,000,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Other
Anticipated completion: June 2021

High Road Waterline Replacement Phase III

DescriptionThe project consists of the replacement of approximately 8,800 linear feet of substandard waterlines in the Lost Creek, Hickory Springs, and High Road Ridge subdivisions.

A professional services agreement for design services, with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $260,000 was awarded December 17, 2018. During design of phase II, due to the complexities of the project, construction was divided into two phases: phase II and III. Phase III will now be constructed first and is included on a CIP amendment scheduled for February 17, 2020 to adjust project timing. A neighborhood meeting wash held February 19 for town staff to provide information about the design and construction timeline to interested residents. Advertised and then bid via online bidding. Construction contract awarded June 15. Notice to proceed issued for August 31.

Project Cost: $1,500,000
Funding source(s): Utility Debt
Anticipated Completion: April 2021

Hillside Water Line Connection

Description: The project includes the extension of roughly 800 linear feet of 8-inch PVC water line.  The two locations of the extensions begin at dead-end lines installed with the Hillside development, located at Oakview Drive and Ridgecrest Drive.  Residential homes fronting the area of work will have the residential water services switched over to the new water main. All affected infrastructure (driveways, culverts, mailboxes, misc. improvements, etc.) will be re-instated after construction.  This project will provide for the required looped water line system through the Hillside development and eliminate the need to include these locations on a consistent flushing schedule for water quality purposes.

A professional services agreement with Wade Trim, Inc. for the design, in the amount of $36,420 was approved by town council on November 4, 2019. Preliminary alignment under review.

Project Cost: $200,000
Funding source(s): Utility Debt

Lift Station Improvements and Decommissioning Phase II

Description: The project includes the evaluation and design of improvements to multiple lift stations throughout the Town. The project will reduce ongoing maintenance and operational cost of existing lift stations. A total of six lift stations were identified for improvements due to their age/condition or deficiencies. They are: Garden Ridge, Kipling, Park Bend, Wichita 1, Wichita 2, and Wickersham.

The professional services agreement for design services with Alan Plummer Associates, Inc., in the amount of $276,500, was approved November 18, 2019. Design complete. Construction contract awarded September 21, 2020. Preconstruction meeting held November 4.

Project Cost: $2,550,000
Funding source(s): Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: July 2021

Lift Station Improvements and Decommissioning Phase III

Description: The project includes the evaluation and design of improvements to the Kipling and Park Bend lift stations. The project will reduce ongoing maintenance and operational cost and bring the lift stations into TCEQ compliance. 

A professional services agreement for the design phase services with Plummer, Inc., in the amount of $48,700 was approved January 4, 2021. Kickoff meeting scheduled for January 28.

Project Cost:
$980,000
Funding source(s): Utility Debt

Morriss Road 20 Inch Water Line (Forest Vista to Lake Bluff)

Description: The project includes replacement of an existing 20 inch water line in poor condition with a 20 inch ductile iron water line and sliplining a portion of the existing 20 inch water line with an 8 inch line. The limits of the 20-inch water line installation are along the median of Morriss Road, from north of Forest Vista Drive to Lake Bluff Drive. The 8-inch slipline will be located along Tudor Way, from Bershire Court to Flower Mound Road.

A professional services agreement for the design services, with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $150,000 was awarded on January 7, 2019.  
Construction contract awarded at the December 2 town council meeting. Notice to proceed issued February 17, 2020. Pavement repairs ongoing.

Project Cost: $2,500,000
Funding source(s): Other, Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: Substantial completion

Morriss Road Water Lines Phase II (Milford to Eaton)

Description: The project includes installation of approximately 4,300 linear feet of 24 inch to 30-inch water line in Morriss Road from Milford to Eaton Street.  The water line will replace the existing 20-inch water line in Morriss Road and provide transmission from Stonehill Pump Station.

A professional services design agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $202,500, was approved February 17, 2020. Design is complete. Construction contract awarded January 4, 2021. Projected start date in March. 

Project Cost: 
$2,750,000
Funding source(s): TIRZ, Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: December 2021

Oak Street Lift Station and Force Main Phase IV Project


Description: The project includes improvements to the existing Oak Street Lift Station to increase firm pumping capacity and meet projected wastewater flows.  The project is anticipated to include replacement of pumps, generator, mechanical piping and valving, electrical building, bridge crane, as well as structural improvements to the wet well. 

A professional services agreement for the design phase of the project in the amount of $330,500 was approved on January 4, 2021. Kickoff meeting scheduled for January 29.

Project Cost: $2,300,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Utility Debt

Red Bud Point Water Service Relocation Project

Description: In April 1999, an 8-inch waterline was constructed in the Red Bud Point neighborhood to provide fire protection. The existing 2-inch line remained in service to provide water service to the customers. This project will include construction of approximately 4,775 LF of 8 inch water line, to fill the gaps from the 1999 project, and to relocate all services to the 8 inch line. 

A professional services agreement with CP&Y, Inc., in the amount of $98,455, was approved by Town Council on February 4, 2019. Design is complete. Plan to award construction contract in September. CIP amendment on the August 5 council meeting to increase the project cost $150,000 for increased material and construction costs. Bids received August 6 came in over budget. Project was rebid in two phases to attract bidders. Construction contract awarded on February 17, 2020 to Atkins Brothers Equipment Company, Inc., in the amount of $984,858. Also approved was a CIP amendment to increase the project $260,000 to be able to award the contract. Neighborhood meeting held February 25. Notice to proceed issued for March 30. Working on services switch over; 90% complete. 

Project Cost: $1,185,000
Funding source(s): Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: January 2021

Rippy Road Waterline Improvements (Waketon Road to Speyside Drive)

Description: 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 on November 21, 2016. Design is ongoing. Alignment surveying is ongoing. 95% complete plan review comments by staff were given to the consultant.
  Project currently on hold awaiting completion of Rippy Road improvements (Waketon to Pecan Meadows). Once the road project is complete, we will put the water line project out for bid. The road project design was awarded at the March 4, 2019 Council meeting. 

Project Cost: $750,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Utility Debt

Sentinel Oaks Water Line Replacement (Three Bridges to Simmons)

Description: The project includes upsizing an existing 2-inch and 4-inch water main to an 8-inch water main.  The upsize of roughly 1,800 foot of existing water main may have sections installed via bore due to limited working area within the ROW, existing residential driveways, and larger diameter trees.  Residential service lines will also be switched over to the new water main prior to abandonment.

The design professional services agreement is scheduled for approval on November 16, 2020. 60% submittal anticipated this week.

Project Cost: $500,000
Funding source(s): Utility Debt

Spring Meadow Lane Sewer Line Replacement

Description:  Project includes replacement of approximately 5800 linear feet of sewer line within Spring Meadow Lane due to poor condition of existing lines. Town records show existing sewer main sizes vary between 6 inch and 8 inch in diameter. New sewer lines will have a minimum 8-inch diameter. The preferred method of construction is trenchless, if practical, so that impact to the public is minimized. 

Design – A design consultant has not been selected for this project yet as Town staff continues to explore possible methods of construction. A sewer spill occurred along a larger section of pipe that Spring Meadow drains in to on November 30, 2020.  A section of sewer will need to be replaced that was not part of the neighborhood project.  A CIP amendment will be proposed to add it to the project.

Project Cost: $1,540,000
Funding Source(s): Utility Debt

Stonecrest Pump Station Phase I (Auxiliary Power & Upgrades)

Description: This project includes the design of backup power for the Stonecrest Pump Station which will include a standby generator and required transferring electrical equipment to provide for a fully functional system.  Also included in the project is a new pad area and site grading. 

A professional services agreement for the design phase awarded April 20, 2020 to Gupta and Associates, Inc. 95% design expected in February.

Project Cost: $2,550,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Utility Debt

Stonehill Pump Station Discharge Value Replacement and 10 MG Ground Storage Tank Rehabilitation

Description: This project includes modifications to the existing pump discharge valves, a tank and pump station paint recoating, the addition of a tank mixer, and other necessary repairs to the ground storage tank.

A professional services agreement for design with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $88,500, was approved December 16, 2019. Construction contract awarded October 19.  Preconstruction meeting held November 19. Construction started. Tank drained by Town staff and turned over to the contractor. Tank expected to go back online late February.

Project Cost: $1,200,000
Funding source(s): Other, Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: July 2021

Timber Creek Trunk Line (Morriss Road to Rawlings Street)


Description: This project includes the rehabilitation of an existing 15-inch sanitary sewer main that extends through the Timbercreek Community #3, Timbercreek Community #4, Royal Oaks, and Morris Road Park subdivisions east of Morriss Road between Kirkpatrick Lane and just north of Eaton Street (6500 linear feet). 

A proposal from Insituform, thru BuyBoard, for the initial phase of the project, which is to clean and examine using CCTV the existing sanitary sewer main, was received February 10, 2020. Construction contract awarded April 20. Manholes located. Buyboard award being prepared.  

Project Cost: $1,875,000 
Funding source(s): Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: Initial cleaning/video-complete. Rehabilitation - FY 20/21

Timber Creek Water Line Replacement Phase 1

Description: The project is Phase I of III and includes replacement of approximately 4,100 linear feet of substandard water lines within Stapleton Lane, Rollo Court, John Court and Gayle Court.  Change to the phasing of project due to complexity of the existing service line layout (backyards, under homes, etc.). Phase I now consists of replacement of approximately 2,900 linear feet of 8” PVC water line by pipe bursting along Stapleton.  The additional work on the cul-de-sac will be done in a future phase.

A professional services agreement for the design services with Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, Inc., in the amount of $ $25,905 was awarded February 3, 2020. Design complete. Construction contract awarded August 3. Notice to proceed issued for October 19. Pipe bursting is complete; service transfers ongoing.

Project Cost: $1,000,000 
Funding source(s): Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: February 2021

US 377/ FM 1171 Water Line Loop and Relocation

Description: Due to the TxDot expansion of US 377, all utilities in conflict with the expansion are required to move into a new alignment. The Town operates approximately 8,000 linear feet of 30/36 inch transmission water main on the east side of US 377, from FM 1171 north to the Town limits. Approximately 1,500 linear feet of the water line conflicts with the TxDot expansion project and will need to be relocated. In addition to the relocation, the Town will install a master planned waterline loop at the intersection of US 377 and FM 1171. By installing the looped water main prior to the US 377 expansion project beginning, the Town will realize significant savings as opposed to installation after the bridge is installed.

A professional services agreement with Jacobs Engineering Group for design services associated in the amount of $134,000 was approved October 19, 2020. Design kick off meeting held October 30. Anticipate preliminary plans this month.

Project Cost: $5,500,000 
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Utility Debt

Wastewater Treatment Plant Rehabilitation Phase V – Plant Biosolids Facilities Upgrades


Description:
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. for design, in the amount of $623,681 was approved on June 19, 2017. Construction contract awarded at September 16, 2019 council meeting. Preconstruction meeting held November 5. Notice to proceed is November 18. Change order approved August 3, 2020 for duct bank changes. Change order number two was approved December 7.

Project Cost: $11,800,000
Funding source(s): Utility Debt
Anticipated completion: July 2021