Dallas Water Utilities, The Integrated Pipeline Project (IPL), Dallas, Texas

CRIADO is responsible for Section B-1, Cedar Creek Tie-In, Booster Pump Station with 18 miles of 108-inch diameter line and section E-1, Cedar Creek Reservoir Connection which included 2 miles of 72-inch diameter line to the Main Pipeline.  The Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) and the City of Dallas Water Utilities (DWU), are currently engaged in the planning, design and implementation of a 350-MGD raw water transmission pipeline system from Lake Palestine to Lake Benbrook, with connections to Cedar Creek Reservoir, Richland-Chambers Reservoir, and a Dallas delivery point. The overall project is approximately 145 miles of pipe (Segments 1-6) and 5 pump stations (3 lake intakes and 2 booster pump stations).  CRIADO is assisting Parsons’ with project management and is providing the necessary information and documentation to support design criteria and engineering analysis.