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Tarrant Regional Water District Integrated Pipeline

CLIENT:

MWH Global

COMPLETION DATE:

Ongoing

SERVICES PROVIDED:

Quality Control
Traffic Control
Permitting
Drainage Design

PROJECT SIZE:

350 MGD

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

The Intergrated Pipeline project is a raw water supply project. This total project includes the planning and design of a $2.3 billion water supply project for the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) and the City of Dallas. The system will move 350 MGD of water from Lake Palestine in east Texas to the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex and will consist of 150 miles of transmission mains ranging from 84- to 108-inch in diameter.

Working, with MWH Global, Garza EMC was responsible for the design of three segments totaling approximately 30-mile of 84-inch diameter main with an estimated construction cost of $200 million. The segments of the project involved an extensive route evaluation and study phase, preliminary design report, survey, environmental investigations, archeological investigations,  ermitting, and final design. Construction is scheduled for the year 2016.