Contract 38 – 60-inch Waterline
CLIENT West Harris County Regional Water Authority
PROJECT COST $5,793,723
LOCATION Houston, TX
Water Supply and Treatment
15'-20' deep tunnels
60' butterfly valves
4' combo ARVs
Contract 38 for the West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA) is a Capital Improvement Project (CIP) within the WHCRWA’s surface water transmission system. This phase of the CIP is being constructed to convert 60% of the water consumption within the boundaries of the WHCRWA from groundwater to surface water by 2025.
Our team designed 6,090 linear feet of 60-inch Waterline from south of Dinner Creek to the existing WHCRWA Contract 39 at Livery Lane. The alignment is within a CenterPoint large transmission overhead power corridor which is partially shared by a horse pasture and by HCFCD for detention basins.
The work is currently 60% complete in construction with a current total construction cost of $5,793,723.
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