Lake Texoma Outfall to Wylie WTP Pipeline
- Pump Station
- Site Work
Garney provided CMAR services on this project for North Texas Municipal Water District (NTWMD). Growing population, coupled with periodic severe drought conditions, required NTMWD to have full access to its surface water stored in reservoirs on a permanent reliable basis. When one of NTMWD’s key storage reservoirs was infested with zebra mussels, their 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 to access 28% (100 MGD) of its total capacity. This project included 253,500 LF of 96” and 84″ steel pipe, 6,000 LF of 78″ to 102″ liner plate hand mined tunnels, 240 MG balancing reservoir with HDPE membrane liner, 200 MG blending facility, numerous ground storage tanks, and chemical feed systems.
Texas Public Works Project of the Year, 2014 APWA
Public Works Project of the Year (Disaster or Emergency Construction Repair >$75 million), 2016 APWA