Water and Sewer

Perry Creek / Neuse River Interceptor Improvements

The project will replace an existing sewer line along Perry Creek and the Neuse River with approximately 5,600 linear feet of 54-inch, 3,300 linear feet of 42-inch, and 2,700 linear feet of 36-inch sewer line. The lines are located near Perry Creek Road and Louisburg Road (Hwy 401).

A sewer interceptor is a piece of a sewer network used to control the flow of wastewater. Interceptors receive this water flow from interconnecting sewer lines and sometimes from stormwater runoff. This wastewater flow is then directed to a wastewater treatment plant for filtration and disinfection. 

Project Details

 
Type:
Water and Sewer
Budget:
$15,000,000
Project Lead:
Janeen Goodwin, PE

Contact

 

Janeen Goodwin, PE
Senior Project Administrator
Phone:919-996-3494 
Office Location: 1 Exchange Plaza Suite 620
Raleigh, NC 27601

Lead Department:
Water

Planning

This phase is complete.

Lead Department:
Water

Design

This phase is currently underway.

Lead Department:
Water

Right of Way Acquisition

Phase details coming soon.

Lead Department:
Water

Construction

Phase details coming soon.

Lead Department:
Water

Complete

Phase details coming soon. 

Lead Department:
Water

History

The project was initially identified as part of the 2014 Sanitary Sewer Capacity Study due to wet weather capacity shortfalls.

A preliminary engineering study was completed in 2019 and condition assessment indicated serious deficiencies in some sections of the interceptor that could lead to failure.

Schedule

Date Activity
Ongoing Project Design Complete
Spring 2021 Permitting Complete
Spring 2021 Easement Acquisition Complete
Summer 2021 Project Bid Complete
Fall 2021 Project Construction Begins
Summer 2023 Project Construction Complete