2006 Wastewater System Improvements,
Granger, Texas

The City of Granger 2006 Wastewater System Improvements Project involved replacing old, deteriorated clay lines and manholes utilizing some direct replacement and some new line routing to provide a new tight PVC collection system for an 8-block area in western Granger. Construction included 2,636 feet of 8-inch PVC gravity line, 10 standard manholes with 12.13 feet of extra depth, 39 service reconnections and associated cleanouts, 20 feet of concrete encasement, 1,571 feet of flexible base and 808 feet of HMAC surface replacements, related trench safety, silt fencing, and curb and gutter replacements. The new PVC gravity system provides a reliable collection system in this section of Granger and a reduction in infiltration and inflow for the Granger wastewater treatment plant. The project was funded by the Texas Department of Rural Affairs.

Services Provided: Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Report, Design Phase, Bid Phase, Construction Phase, and Warranty Phase Services.

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