Shenandoah announces multiple new and completed construction projects

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 11/03/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX – The City of Shenandoah continues to announce a number of projects in 2023 that will bring changes to all areas of the city. The latest new and completed projects announced include the following.

Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Interim Phase Improvements

The WWTP Interim Phase Improvements project includes the construction of a new aerobic digester facility; conversion of the digester basins into aeration basins; replacement of aeration basin air piping and diffusers; upgrade of air blowers, air header modifications; improvement of the blower room ventilation; improvement of the aeration basin routing to allow isolation of clarifier feed channels; improvement of the Clarifier RAS transfer line; replacement of the Motor Control Center and other electrical equipment; rehabilitation of the dewatering equipment and building structure; replacement of the existing belt filter press with a new rotary fan press; modification of the chlorine contact basin air piping; upgrade of the generator; extension of the three-phase power to chemical building; replacement of the chemical feed equipment; improvement of the chemical building; replacement of the perimeter fencing and rolling gates; minor drainage improvements and Inflow and infiltration mitigation. The project cost is $7,827,704.75.

Cedarwood Reserve Storm Drainage Improvements

The Cedarwood Reserve Storm Drainage Improvements project entails the replacement of grate inlets, the extension of the storm collection line towards the lowest section in the reserve, and the repair of the existing drainage channel headwall. These improvements will provide positive drainage in the reserve and avoid water ponding. The project cost is $43,920.00.

COMPLETED – Research Forest Lift Station Rehabilitation

The lift station rehab consisted of upsizing the Force Main capacity from a 6’’ to an 8’’ line and replacing the main control panel and terminal boxes. The third largest lift station in the City, it’s responsible for taking most of the sanitary sewer on the west side of the City to the Wastewater Treatment Plant. The final project cost was $355,450.00.

COMPLETED – Alexandra Lane Sidewalks

The new sidewalks, connecting the existing pathways on David Memorial Dr and the I-45 feeder, and will now provide pedestrians a safer way to walk in the area. The final project cost was $30,900.00.

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