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2013 Western Hills Roadway and Utility Replacement Project

In Sanitary Sewer Systems Transportation Water Systems

This project included the design of new 8” PVC Water Mains, new 8”, 10”, and 12” PVC Sanitary Sewer Mains, new 15”, 24”, 30”, and 36” RCP Storm Sewer, and new Reinforced Concrete Roadways located within the existing Western Hills subdivision in Temple, Texas. The total lengths of utilities installed were 6,500 l.f. of new water main, 5,200 l.f. of new sanitary sewer main, 3,200 l.f. of new storm sewer, and 6,000 l.f. of existing roadways were replaced with 24,500 square yards of 6” reinforced concrete. This project was designed to replace aging infrastructure locted within highly expansive soils and challenging residential conditions.

Primary Tasks:

  • Identification of existing right-of-way & property lines
  • Topography surveys • Construction staking
  • Preliminary and Final Designs
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) preparation
  • Provide construction drawings
  • Development of Project estimates & budgets
  • Bidding and construction administration
  • City of Temple coordination
  • Home Owner coordination
  • City Council & Mayoral coordination
  • Daily on-site inspection services