Eastland Water System Improvements

CLIENT: City of Eastland
LOCATION: Eastland, TX

The City of Eastland’s original distribution system was installed in the early 1900’s and was constructed primarily using cast iron pipe. Much of the system deteriorated to the point that maintenance personnel could no longer keep it operational and city crews were constantly repairing leaks as the system failed on a regular basis. The distribution system improvements replaced the worst areas of deteriorated piping and included 5,000 linear feet of 12-inch, 4,000 linear feet of 8-inch and 12,000 linear feet of 6-inch lines. In addition, the existing elevated water storage facilities were demolished and removed since they had reached the end of their useful service life. A new composite elevated water storage tank was constructed to replace the old standpipes. The project received funding through the Texas Water Development Board Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program and brought the system back into compliance with TCEQ minimum public water distribution system requirements.


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