Brittany Bay Subdivision Drainage Improvements
Scope of work: Increase capacity and efficiency of existing drainage easements to improve flow. Improve easements/rights-of-way with either earthen swales or concrete channels for unrestricted flow paths to Landing Ditch.
Subdivisions, areas, or streets impacted: Brittany Bay
Project Status as of May 2022
In December 2021, the consultant delivered the revised 100% design plans, which were reviewed and approved by the City. The Texas Historical Commission (THC) required additional documentation for this project. It was concluded in January 2022, that no historic properties are present or affected by the project as proposed. Construction phase to be determined; project is pending FEMA construction funding approval.
The original schedule, as of September 2019, shows design in progress from quarter 1 of 2020 through quarter 2 of 2021 for Brittany Bay Subdivision Drainage Improvements. Land acquisition is programmed from quarter 3 of 2020 through quarter 2 of 2021. Construction bidding is scheduled for quarter 3 of 2021 with construction following through quarter 4 of 2021. Construction time is an estimate as each bid is awarded based on cost and time submitted by the contractor.
The current schedule, as of March 2021, for the Brittany Bay Subdivision Drainage Improvements project shows the grant application completed from quarter 1 of 2019 through quarter 3 of 2020. Grant award complete in quarter 4 of 2020 with grant kick-off in progress in quarter 1 of 2021. RFQ for design services as required by grant is programmed in quarter 2 of 2021. Design is programmed from quarter 3 of 2021 thru quarter 3 of 2023. Land acquisition is scheduled to be from quarter 4 of 2022 through quarter 3 of 2023. Construction bidding is programmed for quarters 3 & 4 of 2023. Construction is programmed for quarter 4 of 2023 through quarter 4 of 2024. Construction time is an estimate as each bid is awarded based on cost and time submitted by the contractor.
Project Manager Contact Information
Email Danny Carder