Calder Road Water Plant Improvements
League City, Texas
BBI was selected to perform preliminary engineering, final design and construction phase services for the upgrade and expansion to the existing Calder Road Water Plant in League City, Texas.
The project scope included upgrading the existing functional water plant and building two 3.2 million-gallon ground storage tanks, a new well for supplemental water supply, a metering station, a high service pump station facility with new access road, site drainage and site security system. The entire design process was completed while maintaining a highly active public information campaign with the City of League City to help calm concerns of area neighborhoods of any potential visual and noise impacts of the project. The construction of this new facility was phased so the existing water plant could maintain operations throughout construction.
The upgraded Calder Road Water Plant will serve as a regional water storage and distribution center for League City. The entire construction process was effectively managed by League City staff and BBI engineers to ensure high construction quality. This $12.5 million-dollar water plant improvement project was completed in 2017 under budget, and has started to supply drinking water to meet the growing demand of League City residential and new business development.