Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan
|Project ID||Project Title||Project Start Year||Project Description||Project Spend Total||Page Ref||Project Satus|
|442648||Terminal Bldg. Rehab Ph4 HVAC, Cooling Towers & Energy||2025||Improvements include replacing and upgrading the control system with graphic interface, remote monitoring capabilities, and new software, along with all new control devices for equipment, air handlers, pumps VAV boxes, valves, relacing 1985 cooling towers with new efficient cooling towers, replacing the terminal fire panel, west-end generator & switch gear. In accordance with the Terminal Assessment program. The terminal expansion and renovation project was completed over 19 years ago. At the time, some of the systems that were re-used or re-purposed are now nearing the end of their useful life. In addition, new systems that were installed are now showing increased frequency of failure.||2500000||48||Not Started|
|442888||Solid Waste Facility Complex||2023||An Administration Building to provide offices, meeting space, filing and storge areas, and employee lockers for 170 employees. The transfer station requires 3 load out bays, adequate queuing lanes for customers and sufficient area to process all of the trash received daily within the enclosed building. Sufficient parking area is needed for vehicles and equipment used in the collection and transportation of Solid Waste, with diesel, gasoline and CNG fueling facilities. New solid waste facility will replace the existing Solid Waste facility at 2525 Hygeia Street, and provide adequate square footage to accommodate administrative functions and to support field activities for 170 Solid Waste personnel. Construction will include parking for 120 mid size to large collection and haul vehicles, a 1200 tons per day transfer station and 200 space employee parking. The current administration building does not provide the required space needed by the employees. It is shared with the Street Department and additional space is not available. This results in employee meetings held outdoors in the elements, fragmentation of important department services in portable buildings, and management offices that are inadequate. One third of the building has a floating floor that is sinking, causing the walls to crack and posing dangers for our employees and recurring sewage problems. Customer demand has outgrown our current Transfer Station, resulting in blowing trash, long lines, poor traffic flow, unsightly and inadequate recycling facilities, safety concerns, and a Household Hazardous Waste facility that is outside in the weather. Due to the physical constraints the transfer station staff is unable to move all of the trash to the landfill on a daily basis, causing trash to be stored on site. The stored materials creates a vector problem, attracts birds and poses a fire hazard. Customers experience long lines and extended waits.||22631982||152||Not Started|
|443166||TxDOT - Ocean Dr. Bridge Replacement||2023||Ocean Dr. Bridge over the Oso Bay has been selected by TxDOT for replacement under the Highway Bridge Program. The Highway Bridge Program (HBP) is a federal-aid program that provides funding to enable states to improve the condition of highway bridges through replacement, rehabilitation and systematic preventive maintenance. Ocean Dr. Bridge has met the criteria to be eligible by the Highway Bridge Replacement Program.||13511000||272||Not Started|
|443229||Twin 36" Wastewater Lines Rehabilitation||2023||The purpose of the project is to rehabilitate the twin 36" wastewater gravity mains that run through the Oso Golf Course and adjacent wetland using either CIPP or pipe bursting. The twin 36", clay wastewater mains are the main conduit for wastewater flows originating North of SPID, from Ayers to the Oso Wastewater Treatment Plant. The wastewater mains travel through a sensitive natural wetland before reaching the treatment plant and have experience a failure in the last year. Due to the sensitivity of the environment, the importance of their function and the requirements of the Consent Decree, rehabilitation of the lines to prevent future failures is needed. This project is needed to meet operational and regulatory requirements.||2650000||307||Not Started|
|443365||16" Water Main Extension HWY 286- Alameda||2024||This project will consist of installing approximately 3,100lf of new 16" PVC main beginning at Crosstown Expressway, running along Caldwell and connecting to a 16" main at Alameda and Laredo. It will make use of the new 16" crossing at Crosstown and provide redudancy to the downtown area. This project will assist in the need for reliable services and will offer redundancy to downtown.||3325000||345||Not Started|
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