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Old Hearne Road Widening – Phase 1

City Job No. 332-DE-1506

Project includes the surveying and engineering design for the widening and reconstruction of Old Hearne Road from Wilhelm Drive to Texas Avenue and a short section of Sims Ave from Texas Avenue to the railroad tracks.   The roadway design will convert the existing open ditch sections within the project limits to curb and gutter pavement with sidewalks for increased pedestrian safety. Utility improvements consist of 4300 feet of sanitary sewer line replacements and 5500 feet of waterline replacements.  Additionally, there will be a new traffic signal installed at the intersection of Old Hearne Rd and Texas Avenue with ADA facilities, enhanced pedestrian features, and crosswalk striping.

Old Hearne Road Project Map in PDF Format

General Information

  • Project Manager/City Contact: Sam Vernon, P.E., C.F.M.
  • Alternate City Contact: Paul Kaspar, P.E., C.F.M.

Design

  • Funding Source: General Fund
  • Design Engineer: Jones & Carter
  • Contract Amount: $765,000.00
  • Status: Design is 100% complete.
  • Updated 04/11/2022

Construction

  • Funding Source: General Fund
  • Contractor: Larry Young Paving, Inc.
  • Contract Amount: $7,618,127.00
  • City Inspector: Kurk Fowler
  • Status: Construction is currently at 2% complete.

Coulter Dr. Reconstruction

City Job No. 332-DE-1701

This project will reconstruct 4,000 linear feet of Coulter Dr. between S College Ave and E 29th St with bike lanes and sidewalks as well as improvements to underground storm sewer, water, and sanitary sewer. Traffic Signals at E 32nd St/Carter Creek Pkwy and E 29th St will be upgraded.

Coulter Drive Project Map in PDF Format

General Information

  • Project Manager/City Contact: Sam Vernon, P.E., C.F.M.
  • Alternate City Contact: Paul Kaspar, P.E., C.F.M.

Design

  • Funding Source: General Fund. Drainage Fund, Transportation Fee
  • Design Engineer: Jones & Carter, Inc.
  • Contract Amount: $780,000.00

Construction

  • CIP Budget: $5,239,040.00
  • Funding Source: General Fund. Drainage Fund, Transportation Fee
  • Contractor: Brazos Paving Inc.
  • Contract Amount: $4,656,474.05
  • City Inspector: Paul Kocman
  • Status: Construction is Sub Complete. The contractor is working on completing the punchlist.
  • Updated: 06/17/22

Palasota Phase 1 Reconstruction

City Job No. 332-DE-1711

This project will provide improvements to Palasota Drive between Groesbeck and the Cottonwood Branch Creek. Improvements include changing the two lane road with drainage ditches to a three lane, curb and gutter road with storm sewers. 12′ shared use path with lighting on the northeast side of the road and improved 6′ sidewalk on the southwest side of the road.

Palasota Project Map in PDF Format

General Information

  • Project Manager/City Contact: Pat Edwards, P.E.
  • Alternate City Contact: Paul Kaspar, P.E., C.F.M.

Design

  • Funding Source: Transportation Fee
  • Design Engineer: Goodwin-Lasiter-Strong
  • Contract Amount: $417,500.00

Construction

  • CIP Budget: $4,660,000.00
  • Funding Source: Drainage Fund, Transportation Fee
  • Contractor: Larry Young Paving LLC
  • Contract Amount: $4,669,569.00
  • City Inspector: Alan Mitchell
  • Status: This project is complete.
  • Updated:  06/17/22

 

Palasota Phase 2 Reconstruction

City Job No. 332-DE-1711

Phase 2 of Palasota Dr. reconstruction will provide roadway, sidewalk, lighting, and drainage improvements along Palasota Drive from Cottonwood Branch Creek (adjacent to Anson Jones Elementary) to West 28th Street; including sanitary sewer improvements. The roadway improvements will provide for a 31-foot wide street with curb and gutter and a center turn lane. A 12-foot wide shared use path on the northeast side of the road and a 6 foot wide sidewalk on the southwest side of the road parallel the roadway with improved street lighting at the roundabouts.

Construction

  • CIP Budget:  $2,200,000
  • Funding Source: FY22 Bond Fund, Sanitary Fund, Transportation Fund, and Water Fund
  • Contractor: Norman Construction Services
  • Contract Amount: $2,008,967.20
  • City Inspector: Kurk Fowler
  • Status: Currently at 18% complete
  • Updated:  06/17/22

 

 

South College Avenue Reconstruction- Phase 1

City Job No. 332-DE-2016

Project includes the surveying and engineering design for the reconstruction of approximately 4,300 LF of South College Avenue from West Villa Maria Road to Carson Street. This includes replacing and upgrading underground storm sewer, water, and sanitary sewer lines along the project limits. Additional offsite sanitary sewer will be designed and constructed with this project. A 10-12 foot wide shared use path will be constructed along the west side of South College Avenue and a 6 foot wide sidewalk will be constructed along the east side of South College Avenue from Villa Maria to Carson Street. This project will improve the stormwater drainage by upgrading the storm sewer network and constructing stormwater detention ponds to help alleviate flooding in the surrounding area. Aging water lines, sanitary sewer lines, and pavement will be replaced, which will upgrade infrastructure systems and reduce maintenance.

South College Avenue Project Map in PDF Format

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General Information

  • Project Manager/City Contact: Rachel Gaddis E.I.T, Brianna Groves, P.E.
  • Alternate City Contact: Paul Kaspar, P.E., C.F.M.

Design

  • Funding Source: General Fund
  • Design Engineer: Goodwin Lasiter & Strong
  • Contract Amount: $528,000
  • Status: The City is working to finalize various details to reach the 100% construction plans milestone. City staff continue to coordinate with residents and franchise utility companies. Coordination between BTU’s relocation and other nearby active construction projects is ongoing.
  • Updated: 06/17/22

Construction

  • CIP Budget: $11,900,000
  • Funding Source: General Fund
  • Contractor: TBD
  • Contract Amount: TBD
  • City Inspector: TBD
  • Status:
  • Updated:

 

City and TxDOT Partnership Projects

 

William J. Bryan Pkwy (FM 158)  Improvements

City Job No. 700-DE-1710

This project will provide improvements to William J. Bryan Pkwy between Texas Avenue and SH 6.  Project will include improving pedestrian, cyclist and vehicular access and safety; reducing chronic traffic congestion along the corridor; improving access to Sue Haswell Park; and improvements to utilities and drainage.

WJB Project Map in PDF Format

General Information

  • Project Manager/City Contact: Pat Edwards, P.E.
  • Alternate City Contact: Sam Vernon, P.E., C.F.M.

Design

  • Funding Source: Transportation Fee; General Fund
  • Design Engineer: Binkley & Barfield
  • Contract Amount: $1,024,119.66
  • Status: Design is 100% complete.

Construction

 

  • Funding Source: General Fund
  • Contractor: TCH Directional Drilling
  • Contract Amount: 296,203.00
  • City Inspector: Paul Kocman
  • Status: The telecom installation is 75% complete.
  • Updated: 06/17/22

Texas Avenue Infrastructure Improvements

City Job No. 332-DE-1904

Project consists of improvements to Texas Ave from Old Hearne Road to University Drive.

General Information

  • Project Manager/City Contact: Kelly Sullivan, P.E.
  • Alternate City Contact: Paul Kaspar, P.E., C.F.M.

Design

  • Funding Source: General Fund, Transportation Fund
  • Design Engineer: Lockwood, Andrews & Newman, Inc.
  • Contract Amount: $2,231,146.16
  • Status: Ph 1 design is complete. Phases 2A and 2B are currently in design.

Construction

  • Funding Source: TxDOT/MPO
  • Contractor: Phase 1 – Larry Young Paving, Inc.
  • Contractor: Phases 2A/2B – TBD
  • Contract Amount: TxDOT project
  • City Inspector: TxDOT project
  • Status: Phase 1 construction (Old Hearne Road to 15th Street) anticipated to commence construction in Spring 2022; Phase 2A construction anticipated to bid Fall 22′).
  • Updated: 12/21/21

City Maintenance

 

Crane & Elm Avenue Street Improvements

City Job No. 332-D3-1907

This contract consist of design of Crane and Elm Avenues along with underground storm drain on roadways. Street and storm drain construction will commence after other underground utilities are replaced and/or repaired. Willow, Elm, and midway will be reconstructed in a separate contract in the future.

General Information

  • Project Manager/City Contact: Stacy Liner
  • Alternate City Contact: Paul Kaspar, P.E., C.F.M.

Design

  • Funding Source: Transportation Fee
  • Design Engineer: Goodwin-Lasiter-Strong
  • Contract Amount: $40,400.00

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