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CAPITAL PROJECTS

Capital Projects: Those which relate to constructing or improving the City's infrastructure, which results in the creation or enhancement of an existing infrastructure asset. 

123 BUSINESS (AUSTIN STREET) RECONSTRUCTION & IMPROVEMENT
The project area is from IH 10 to the Union Pacific Railroad and is under the design and construction direction of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).  Improvements include a storm sewer system, lowering of the existing street profile (elevation), widening the street pavement section to include a continuous left turn lane, sidewalk and bicycle amenities. Construction is in progress.
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HIDALGO & ROOSEVELT UTILITY AND STREETS IMPROVEMENT
Under design by Freese and Nichols, the project includes water, sewer, storm drainage and street improvements.  The project areas are Hidalgo Street from Kingsbury to New Braunfels and Roosevelt Street from Austin to Woodland.  The project will bid In January 2019. Construction start tentative for Spring 2019.
HUBER ROAD SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENT
The project consists of approximately 6,700 linear feet of 24" sanitary sewer gravity main along Huber Road extending from the existing 24" sewer main on the north side Interstate 10 to the north side of Rudeloff Road.  The project has been awarded to M & C Fonseca Construction and construction is in progress.  
KING STREET & SPRUCE STREET UTILITY AND STREETS IMPROVEMENT
Under design by RPS Klotz & Associates, the project area is located from Pine Street to the Union Pacific Railroad.  The project includes storm drainage improvements and approximately 2,750 linear feet of street improvements.  The project will bid in late January 2019.  Constructive start tentative for Spring 2019.
MILAM STREET RECONSTRUCTION
The project is from Mountain Street to Kingsbury Street and will include storm drainage, sewer improvements, street reconstruction and sidewalk amenities.  The project is currently in design and surveying phase.  Construction is tenatively scheduled for 2020.   

RIVER-SAN MARCOS-HEIDEKE (RSMH) - PHASE II - HEIDEKE STREET
Designed by TRC, the project will include storm drainage improvements, electric, water and sewer upgrades and sidewalk amenities.  The project area is from Court Street to Kingsbury Street. The project has been awarded to Atlas Construction and construction is in progress.  Completion late Spring 2019.
RUDELOFF ROAD (SH 46 to Huber - East of Softball Fields)
Awarded to the City through the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and funded through the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).  The project includes widening the road to four (4) lanes, street, drainage and sidewalk improvements.  Engineering has been awarded to Brown & Gay Engineering. Design, environmental and acquisition is anticipated for 2019 and construction in 2020.  
RUDELOFF ROAD (Huber Road to SH 123 at FM 20)
Awarded to the City through the Metropolitan Planning Organzation (MP) and funded through the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).  The project is an extension of the Phase I project.  The City is awaiting on formal funding notification.  Engineering will be awarded through RFQ process. 

SH 46 SANITARY SEWER REPLACEMENT (CAVCO)
Under the design of TRC, the project consists of approximately 11,900 linear feet of 24" saintary sewer gravity main to replace the existing 10" gavity sewer main and extend north of Rudeloff Road along Little Mill Creek. The project has been awarded to Bell Contractors Inc., and construction is in progress.
STREMPEL ROAD STREET & UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS
Under design by TRC, the project will include drainage, water and street improvements.  The project area is on Strempel Road between Business 123 to State Highway 123.  The project has been awarded to Cox Commercial Construction and construction is in progress.  Completion early fall 2018.  
WALNUT SPRINGS TRAIL - PHASE II
The City has been awarded funding through TxDOT as part of the Alamo Area MPO.  The project area extends the Walnut Springs Trail from the Ruby P. Vaughan Bridge on Convent Street south to Max Starcke Park East.  The trail will include a sub-grade crossing under the South Austin bridge.  Design in progress by TRC.  Construction completion is tentative for 2020. 

Questions regarding Capital Improvement Projects? Call (830) 401-2776


 

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