Water and Sewer

State Street Water and Sewer Improvements Project

Improvement project will replace aging materials to meet future infrastructure capacity demand.

The State Street Drainage basin is surrounded by Walnut Creek, Raleigh Blvd, New Bern Avenue and Fayetteville Street. The City of Raleigh has previously completed a condition assessment of sanitary sewer mains in this drainage basin and determined much of the water and sewer is in poor condition and highly critical. Approximately 60,000 - 80,000 linear feet of water main replacement and 60,000 - 80,000 linear feet of sewer main replacement are planned for this drainage basin over the next three to five years. The project will be designed and constructed in five phases.
The replacement and refurbishment of sewer lines in this area will reduce the risk of sanitary sewer overflows and provide a more reliable water system for the community. The replacement of waterlines will reduce the risk of pipe failure. These failures can cause damage to the environment if not managed. 
Phase 1 – CDM Smith – Contractor is Carolina Civil Works.  Construction ongoing.
Phase 2 – CDM Smith – 100% design submittal for approval.  To bid late Summer or early Fall 2022.
Phase 3 – CDM Smith – Survey and design starting.

 

Project Details

 
Type:
Water and Sewer
Budget:
$7,000,000
Project Lead:
Todd Toler
Contractors:
Carolina Civilworks

Contact

 

Todd Toler
Senior Engineer
Phone: 919-996-3476 
Office Location: 1 Exchange Plaza Suite 620
Raleigh, NC 27601

Lead Department:
Water

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Planning

This Phase is Complete.

Lead Department:
Water

Design

Phase 2: Contractor is CDM Smith. Field work and 90% of design plans are complete.
 

Lead Department:
Water

Construction

Project began construction work during Fall 2021.
Impacted Streets: Bragg Street, Holmes Street, Gregg Street, Spaulding Street
Project phases accelerated to accommodate street resurfacing and paving that are scheduled for Spring 2022. Paving work can only be completed under certain weather conditions. Paving work was stopped during January 2022 due to freezing temperatures. Paving work has now continued as weather conditions permit. Once resurfacing and paving work is completed, impacted roads will be fully reopened. Final paving work requires advanced work, which will be done during Spring 2022.  Because of the nature of the work, it will not be completed until all the utility work in the area is done and the contractor is able to complete several streets at a time. That final paving effort will cause additional disruptions for about a week. Work to begin on Davie Street beginning Spring 2022. Contractor is required to keep streets open during paving work. 

Traffic Impacts:
Raleigh Water will conduct a full closure of the intersection of Davie Street and South Bloodworth Street, the 300 Block of Davie Street between South Bloodworth and Person Street and the 400 block of S. Bloodworth Street between Davie Street and Cabarrus Street in Raleigh NC, at 7:00 AM on Friday, April 22, 2022, for a water and sewer improvement project. Closure is expected to last until 7:00 PM Friday, May 27, 2022. Parking restrictions will be enforced in designated areas.

Raleigh Water will conduct a full closure of the intersection of Hoke Street and South Bloodworth Street, the intersection of Hoke Street and South East Street and the 300, 400, and 500 blocks of Hoke Street between South Person Street and Garner Road in Raleigh NC, at 7:00 AM on Monday, May 16, 2022, for a water and sewer improvement project. Closure is expected to last until 7:00 PM Friday, June 24, 2022. Parking restrictions will be enforced in designated areas. Work areas will be opened to local traffic, but not through traffic.

Lead Department:
Water

Complete

Phase details will be added when made available. 

Lead Department:
Water

History

The State Street Basin Water and Sewer Improvements Project was identified in the 'Sustainable Infrastructure and Asset Management Program Assistance' program. Much of the water and sewer infrastructure in this area is highly critical and in poor condition. CDM Smith was selected to provide engineering evaluation and design services. Construction plans were approved and advertised for bid during the third week of December. Bids were opened on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at
2:00PM. Carolina Civilworks won project bid. Project was scheduled and reviewed on March 16, 2021 on City Council agenda. The design engineer for this project is CDM Smith. Pre-construction meeting was scheduled and held in early April 2021. Phase 1: The design engineer was CDM Smith. Carolina Civilworks, Inc won project contract. Construction began in Fall 2021. 

 

Schedule

Date Activity
Spring 2020 Project Design Complete
Summer 2020 Permitting Complete
Spring 2020 Easement Acquisition Complete
Winter 2021 Project Bid Complete
Fall 2021 Project Construction Begins
Fall 2022 Project Construction Complete