Tarrytown Water & Wastewater Rehabilitation
Austin, Texas
The Tarrytown Water and Wastewater Rehabilitation Project was a City of Austin CIP project to upgrade a 50-year-old system in the existing residential neighborhood of Tarrytown. The project included a preliminary engineering phase to analyze the existing system including review of existing operations records and television results. Following approval of the preliminary engineering report, construction documents were prepared and processed through City of Austin permitting. Once approved, Urban Design Group prepared all bidding documents and assisted the City of Austin in award of contract.

UDG prepared construction documents for approximately 10,490 linear feet of 6", 8" and 12" wastewater pipe and 11,256 L.F. of 2-1/4", 6", 8" and 12" water pipe. Additional water improvements included 66 6", 8" and 12" gate valves, 23 fire hydrants, 123 water services and 28 new water yard lines. Additional wastewater improvements included 64 wastewater manholes, 137 wastewater services and 35 new wastewater yard lines. Work included map and records research, preparation of re-paving plan, erosion/sedimentation control plan and traffic control plan.