City of Granbury Water System Improvements
|CLIENT: City of Granbury|
|LOCATION: Granbury, TX|
eHT provided application support, project management, design and construction phase services for this water system improvement project funded through the Texas Water Development Board’s (TWDB) Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program to implement improvements that account for the new 2.5 MGD water treatment plant (WTP), as well as the future WTP expansion. Project elements include:
- Scout Camp Pump Station and Distribution Improvements consisting of a new pump station, a PRV relocation and 18,600 linear feet of 16-inch water line.
- Hospital and Bridge Crossing Distribution System Improvements consisting of 3,100 linear feet of 12-inch water line, 3,000 linear feet of 8-inch water line and piping improvements.
- Lakewood Hills Distribution System Improvements consisting of 1,500 linear feet of 8-inch water line, a PRV and valve opening and closing.
- North Elevated Tank Distribution System Improvements consisting of 50 linear feet of 12-inch water line.
- Water Treatment Plant Distribution System Improvements consisting of 350 linear feet of 20-inch water line to replace an existing 8-inch water line in the area. The improvement aids the distribution of water leaving the WTP by carrying the water to several water mains along Highway 377. eHT implemented modeling to design these improvements which will drastically enhance the operation of Granbury’s potable water distribution system.
- Loop 567 Water Distribution System Improvements consisting of 20,225 linear feet of 12-inch water line that was paid for by project savings from the original project scope above.