This project included replacement of a critical existing 4-mile, 42-inch pipeline with a new 48-inch pipeline that supplies treated water to the North Texas Municipal Water District member cities of Richardson and Plano, Texas. Design for the replacement line included multi-level coordination of road and utility infrastructure throughout the congested corridor, evaluation of roadway and traffic impacts to high capacity thoroughfares, repair and protection of landscaping and urban spaces per local ordinances, evaluation of alternate routes, and deep and extensive tunnel crossings of highways and major creeks. Hydraulic models were developed during design to confirm capacity and long term reliability for the new pipeline.
North Texas Municipal Water District
Water Districts/River Authorities
Water Transmission, Water/Wastewater Master Planning