The South County Potable Water Transmission Main project was an initial phase of this critical program, serving as a catalyst for resolving potable water pressure and demand issues, providing system redundancy, and setting the stage for the success of the rest of the program.
The South County Potable Water Transmission Main project was an initial phase of this critical program, serving as a catalyst for resolving potable water pressure and demand issues, providing system redundancy, and setting the stage for the success of the rest of the program.
The South County Potable Water Transmission Main project was an initial phase of this critical program, serving as a catalyst for resolving potable water pressure and demand issues, providing system redundancy, and setting the stage for the success of the rest of the program.

South County Potable Water Transmission

Hillsborough County’s One Water Campus Program is a comprehensive drinking water, wastewater, and reclaimed water master plan developed to provide reliable, resilient, and sustainable utility services in southern Hillsborough County to meet the region’s unprecedented growth needs. The South County Potable Water Transmission Main project was an initial phase of this critical program, serving as a catalyst for resolving potable water pressure and demand issues, providing system redundancy, and setting the stage for the success of the rest of the critical program. McKim & Creed partnered with Westra Construction Corp. on this fast-tracked, design-build project with initial services including surveying, SUE, environmental surveys, a route/alignment study, corrosivity evaluation and mitigation plan, hydraulic/transient modeling, pipe material selection, and community outreach. The project includes design, permitting, and construction of 10.5 miles of 42- and 48-inch water mains and is scheduled to be completed by mid-2024.

Project Details

Client Hillsborough County
Location Hillsborough County, Fla.