Wastewater Collection System Improvements

Wastewater Collection System Improvements

Project Owner
City of Mount Vernon, Texas
Principal-in-Charge
Tracy Hicks, P.E.
Project Manager
Chris Aylor, P.E.
Electrical Engineer
Leslie Shaw, P.E.
Project Size
10,000 Linear Feet of Gravity Sewer Piping
Project Completed
January 2019

KSA and the City of Mount Vernon have enjoyed a long and productive history of successfully completed utility projects throughout the years. In 2008, KSA completed a study that assessed the viability of the city’s wastewater collection system. The study identified undersized piping, made recommendations for improvements, and outlined an opinion of probable construction costs. Members of the city’s staff also identified deteriorated collection system lines that required repeated repair and maintenance due to age or structural issues. In 2014, KSA further analyzed the requirements of the recommended improvements, considered improvements identified by city staff, provided recommendations for construction improvements as well as an updated opinion of construction costs.
 
While maintaining sanitary sewer service in the Mount Vernon service area, roughly 10,000 linear feet of gravity sewer piping was installed. Manholes were either replaced or rehabilitated depending on their condition. The construction team facilitated ground surface repairs, and installed service connections and appurtenances.
 
Many of the issues affecting the city’s wastewater flows were corrected, continuing KSA’s tradition of sound engineering design and excellent client service.

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