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Porter Road Improvements

2021-02-02T16:22:01-06:00By |

The improvements to Porter Road include preliminary and design phase services for the reconstruction of an existing two-lane asphalt roadway section with open ditches to a concrete curb and gutter boulevard section, including road design, paving, transitions, and drainage facilities. The approximate length of the project is 0.5 miles. SEC was responsible for the preparation of the drainage analysis for the storm water outfall into Mason Creek Park, preparation of a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, preparation of a Storm Water Quality Management Plan, coordination with subcontractors for surveying, geotechnical and environmental services, and coordination design and construction with adjacent projects.

Client: Harris County
Project Manager: Dennis Sander, P.E.
Project Location: Harris County, TX
Project Cost: $2,500,000

Remington Municipal Utility District Water Plant No. 1

2020-09-30T08:51:52-05:00By |

Water Plant No. 1 was designed to consist of one 1,500 GPM well, two 420,000-gallon ground storage tanks, three 25,000 hydropneumatic tanks, and four 1,000 GPM booster pumps. Sander Engineering Corporation (“SEC”) designed the facility and provided construction services during construction.

Client: Remington M.U.D.
Project Manager: Dennis Sander, P.E.
Project Location: Harris County, TX
Project Cost: $2,000,000

Various Clients – Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation

2021-01-19T14:07:46-06:00By |

Sander Engineering Corporation (“SEC”)has rehabilitated approximately 150,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer in recent years to minimize groundwater and surface water infiltration. Sanitary sewers have ranged in size from 8-inch to 36-inch diameter pipe. Existing pipe materials have been ABS Truss, clay, asbestos cement, concrete and PVC pipe. Typical problems being deteriorated pipe, cracks, joint misalignment, sages, root intrusion, various forms of blockages and poor installation. The primary method of rehabilitation has been Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) along with Pipe Bursting, Slip-lining and Remove and Replace. Concurrent with the sewer pipe rehabilitation, SEC typically rehabilitates associated manholes with coatings/liners to address groundwater infiltration and the installation of inflow protectors to minimize surface water intrusion. We have performed this service for many of our utility district clients, the City of Houston and the City of League City.

Jackrabbit Road Public Utility District: Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements

2021-01-19T14:21:30-06:00By |

Jackrabbit Road Public Utility District operates a 5.1 MGD regional wastewater treatment facility in west Houston that serves the District and five surrounding MUD districts. The plant has been expanded several times since it began operation in the 1970’s, and was in need of improvements due to worn equipment, outdated equipment, and increased demand. The District authorized Sander Engineering Corporation (“SEC”) to provide design services for improvements to the lift station pump upgrades, improved influent screening, rehabilitation of the traveling bridge clarifiers, improved sludge handling facilities, blower rehabilitation, chlorination and de-chlorination systems and various electrical/instrumentation upgrades. Four phases of the rehabilitation have been completed at a cost of approximately $6,700,000. A final fourth phase of improvements were completed in 2017 and included replacement of the control building, new submersible, lift station, instrumentation and electrical facilities, as well as major modifications to the aeration basin and air piping at a cost of $4,500,000. Current improvements include the addition of a SCADA system for remote monitoring and operation of the plant and the construction of a flood wall for flood protection.

Client: Jackrabbit Road PUD
Project Manager: Erik Miller, P.E.
Project Location: Harris County, TX
Design Engineer: Bill Manning, Jr., P.E.
Project Cost: $8,000,000

City of Sugar Land Lift Station Rehabilitation

2021-01-19T14:13:57-06:00By |

Evaluation and rehabilitation of the City’s lift stations. To date, 41 lift stations have been rehabilitated. The lift station sizes vary from small two (2) pump stations to major multi pump installations. Rehabilitation typically consists of replacement of the pumps, piping, structural modifications and electrical controls, landscaping and site improvements.

Client: Sugar Land, Texas
Project Manager: Erik Miller, P.E.
Project Location: Fort Bend County, TX
Design Engineer: Bill Manning, Jr., P.E.
Project Cost: $2,000,000+

Harris County Flood Control District: Erosion Repairs to K143-00-00-X009

2021-01-19T14:36:21-06:00By |

Rehabilitation of approximately 3,700 linear feet of the K143-00-00-X009 from Grant Road to Cypresswood Drive in the NW Harris County. Project involved the re-establishment of the flow line, erosion repairs, slope stabilization, repair and replacement of storm water outfall structures, and repair of back slope drains. The project also required the coordination with HCFCD and adjacent Utility Districts for the installation of a walking trail.

Client: Harris County Flood Control District
Project Manager: Dennis Sander, P.E.
Project Location: Houston, TX
Project Cost: $666,555

Mason Road Improvements

2021-01-19T14:35:13-06:00By |

The improvements to Mason Road included preliminary and design phase services for the reconstruction of an existing two-lane asphalt roadway section with open ditches to a four-lane concrete curb and gutter boulevard section, including paving, transitions, drainage facilities. The approximate length of the project is 0.7 mile. Sander Engineering Corporation (“SEC”) was responsible for roadway design, the preparation of a drainage analysis to determine an appropriate storm sewer outfall location, the detention system to provide the project with a storm water outfall while having no impact on Little Cypress Creek, preparation of a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, preparation of a Storm Water Quality Management Plan, coordination with subcontractors for surveying, geotechnical and environmental services and coordination design and construction with adjacent projects.

Client: Harris County
Project Manager: Dennis Sander, P.E.
Project Location: Harris County, TX
Project Cost: $2,400,000
Harris County Public Infrastructure Dept: (713) 755-2948

Holzwarth Road Improvements

2020-09-30T08:58:38-05:00By |

The improvements to Holzwarth Road included the preliminary and design phase services for the construction of a new, four-lane roadway with open ditches. The project scope included a traffic operations analysis, right-of-way determination, paving, drainage, appropriate transitions, signalization and storm water detention facilities.

Aside from general project management, Sander Engineering Corporation (“SEC”) was responsible for project alignment, preparation of the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan and Storm Water Quality Management Plan, and the analysis of the existing and proposed drainage and detention system to provide zero impact. SEC was also responsible for coordination of alignment surveying, including abstracting, metes and bounds descriptions for parcel takings, parcel staking; geotechnical investigation and environmental assessments; and coordination with TxDOT for the reconstruction of the traffic signals on Holzwarth at FM2920 and Spring-Cypress Road. The project length was approximately 0.75 miles and the new roadway was opened in January 2013.

Client: Harris County
Project Manager: Dennis Sander, P.E.
Project Location: North Harris County
Project Cost: $2,500,000
Harris County Public Infrastructure Dept: (713) 806-0813

Harris County MUD 173

2021-01-19T14:37:03-06:00By |

Harris County MUD No. 173 is responsible for large detention pond within the District that had become overgrown and blockages prevented flow downstream of the pond. The project involved reconstruction of portions of the pond, regrading of the outfall ditch, erosion control measures, and landscape improvements. Coordination was required with Harris County Flood Control District and the neighboring utility district that shared responsibility for the pond and ditch.

Client: HCMUD 173
Project Manager: Erik Miller, P.E.
Project Location: Houston, TX
Project Cost: $300,000

West Harris County Regional Water Authority (“WHCRWA”) Contract 12B

2021-01-21T15:37:09-06:00By |

Contract 12B for the WHCRWA included 12, 16, 20 and 24-inch waterlines to service Jackrabbit Road Public Utility District water plants No. 3 and No. 4. The project included a combination of open cut and trenchless construction technologies through open areas, residential streets and the crossings of two high traffic thoroughfares. SEC prepared the preliminary and final design, project specifications, final engineering report, final cost estimates and engineering services during construction. Additionally, SEC identified and prepared the easement descriptions required on behalf of the utility district. The project is located in west Harris County and included approximately 9,400 linear feet of waterline and appurtenances. The construction cost for the project was $2,444,000, there were no change orders.

Client: WHCRWA
Project Manager: Erik Miller, P.E.
Project Location: Houston, TX
Project Cost: $2,444,000

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