State Revolving Fund Project Public Awareness Notification

All recipients of Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) equivalency and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) financial assistance are required to post notification as part of project public awareness.  

  • Name of Project and community: Cleaning, Painting, and Repair of Ground Storage Tank at Nelson Booster Pump Station, Crystal Clear Special Utility District
  • Name of DWSRF administrating agency: Texas Water Development Board
  • Funded in whole or in part by DWSRF: Wholly funded by DWSRF
  • Brief description of the project: The project consists of the cleaning, painting, and repair of the exterior and interior of the existing 200,000-gallon Nelson ground storage tank including a new interior ladder, roof vent and manway; and, assembly of a temporary storage and bypass system.

CCSUD TWDB Construction Package No. 3 – Waterline Improvements and ARV Installation

  • Name of Project and Community: CCSUD TWDB Construction Package No. 3 – Waterline Improvements and ARV Installation
  • Name of DWSRF administrating agency: Texas Water Development Board
  • Founded in whole or in part by DWSRF: Wholly funded by DWSRF
  • Brief description of the project: This construction package consists of four projects, described as the following:

 

    • FM 1339 West Pipeline – Approximately 10,000 linear feet of 12-inch water line along FM 1339. The proposed pipeline includes fire hydrants, gate valves, combination air valves and connecting existing meter services. Proposed method of construction is by open trench and slick boring.

 

    • FM 1339 East Pipeline – Approximately 9,500 linear feet of 12-inch water line along FM 1339. The proposed pipeline includes fire hydrants, gate valves, combination air valves and connecting existing meter services. Proposed method of construction is by open trench, slick bore, and jack and bore.

 

    • Windmill to Boeder Pipeline – Approximately 28,800 linear feet of 12-inch transmission main to move water from the Windmill Booster Station to the Boeder Booster Station. Approximately 8,750 linear feet of proposed 6-inch distribution main will parallel the transmission main. Both proposed pipelines include fire hydrants, gate valves and combination air valves.

 

    • Proposed ARV Locations – The installation of 29 new combination air valves throughout the system to be place on existing water mains.

CCSUD TWDB ELECTRICAL AUDIT DESIGN

  • Name of Project and Community: CCSUD TWDB Electrical Audit Design
  • Name of DWSRF administrating agency: Texas Water Development Board
  • Founded in whole or in part by DWSRF: Wholly funded by DWSRF

Brief description of the project: The project consists of electrical improvements at five (5) sites within the Crystal Clear SUD water district. Improvements include replacing enclosures; surge protective devices; panels and conduit; power upgrades at one site; repairing electrical racks and gutters; demolition of various electrical components; and, other general repairs.