Savannah Ports Authority Park Water and Sewer System Improvements
Location: Savannah, GA
Client: City of Savannah
- Large-Scale Water and Sewer Design
- Storm Drainage Culvert Design
- Construction Plans
- General Consulting
- Permitting Assistance
- Program Management
Thomas & Hutton was hired by the City of Savannah to perform engineering and design services for the improvement of the water and sewer systems of the Savannah Ports Authority (SPA) Park.
Thomas & Hutton’s responsibilities included design and construction services to provide water (Division 1) and improve existing force main (Division 2) in SPA Park. Division 1 Phase 1 of this projected consisted of the design of 7,400 linear feet of 12-inch diameter water line that connects to the existing 10-inch water main extending from Bourne Boulevard and Coleman Boulevard to Gadsden Drive. Division 1 Phase 2 consisted of a 12-inch diameter water line approximately 4,075 linear feet that connects the system together, ending with a tie-in to a 12-inch diameter water main at Produce Support Road. Division 1 Phase 3 consisted of a 16-inch diameter water main that connects to a 10-inch diameter water line at Artley Road and ties in to an existing 24-inch diameter water line along Dean Forest Road.
Division 2 consisted of the field location of the existing force main, clearing of the existing force main easement and additional easements, additional easement acquisition adjacent to the existing force main, relocation of the aerial crossing at Pipe Makers Canal, and storm-drainage culvert design to cross an existing ditch.