Garney is providing CMAR services for this project, including cost and constructability reviews, budgetary reviews, and material procurement services, as well as constructing portions of the work. Growing population, coupled with periodic severe drought conditions, require the North Texas Municipal Water District to have full access to its surface water stored in reservoirs on a permanent reliable basis. When one of the District’s key storage reservoirs was infested with zebra mussels, the District’s ability to access the water stored in the reservoir and transmit to the reservoir local to their treatment facilities was limited by the federal government. This meant a new transmission and storage method was required for the District to access 28% of its total capacity. This project includes installing 206,000 LF of 96” steel pipe, 47,500 LF of 84” steel pipe, 240 MG balancing reservoir, and a multitude of ground storage tanks, metering, blending, and chemical feed systems to allow the treatment plant to accept and blend the water directly from the source.