Water and Sewer

North Hills Sewer Outfall Improvements

Project was bid and received City of Raleigh council approval. Contracts are being issued to the contractor for execution and then routing through the City for approvals. 

Project will replace the existing 8 - inch sewer lines with approximately 4,300 linear feet of 12 - inch sewer outfall lines. The sewer line replacement corridor travels from Crabtree Creek to north of the I-440 belt line. As part of the project design, Raleigh Water will coordinate with the current Ramblewood Drive Stormwater project to eliminate additional street closures to the area. 

A sewer outfall collects wastewater from smaller sewer lines and delivers that wastewater to the Neuse River Resource Recovery Facility for treatment.

Project Details

 
Type:
Water and Sewer
Budget:
$2,914,668
Project Lead:
Dennis Lassiter, PE
Contractors:
Kimley Horn

Contact

 

Dennis Lassiter, PE
Senior Project Administrator
Email
Phone: 919-996-3477 (Office)
Office Location:1 Exchange Plaza #620
Raleigh, NC 27601

Lead Department:
Water

Planning

This phase is complete.

Lead Department:
Water

Design

This phase is complete.

Lead Department:
Water

Construction

Phase scheduled to begin Summer 2020

Lead Department:
Water

Complete

Phase details coming soon.

Lead Department:
Water

SCHEDULE

Date Activity
Winter 2020 Project Design Complete
Winter 2020 Permitting Complete
Winter 2020 Easement Acquisition Complete
Winter 2020 Project Bid Complete
Summer 2020 Project Construction Begins
Summer 2021 Project Construction Complete

HISTORY

The original 8" sewer line was installed in the early 1960's to serve the North Hills Shopping Mall and the surrounding neighborhoods. The existing clay sewer line flows are surpassing flow capacities and useful life of the infrastructure.

The new sewer line will provide increased sewer capacity to avoid Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO.) SSOs can have a negative impact on surrounding streams and environments.