North Texas Municipal Water District Texoma-Wylie Pipeline

CLIENT NAME

North Texas Municipal Water District

LOCATION

Wylie, Texas
United States

PRACTICE AREA

Environmental Services

SERVICES INCLUDED

Environmental

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After the discovery of zebra mussels in Lake Texoma made it impossible to import Texoma water to Lavon Lake, North Texas Municipal Water District proposed construction of an 84-inch diameter pipeline to convey water from Lake Texoma directly to blending facilities at their Wylie Water Treatment Plant to regain access to this water supply. Plummer assisted the design engineers by assessing environmental concerns along alternative alignments during the preliminary design phase, then conducted the delineation of waters of the U.S., including wetlands along the selected pipeline alignment, and prepared the documenting report. Plummer prepared and submitted the Section 404 permit application to the USACE and coordinated submittal of archaeological reports for cultural resources identified along the pipeline route during the permit review process. The 404 permit issued for the project required compliance with the Invasive Species Management Plan prepared by Plummer, as well as design, clearing, and management protocols outlined by Plummer. 

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