Water and Sewer

Brentwood Estates Sewer Improvements

Sewer outfall replacement to improve infrastructure capacity.

This project will replace an existing sewer outfall with 3,300 linear feet of 24-inch wastewater line and 2,900 linear feet of 18-inch wastewater line in the Brentwood neighborhood. Construction will run from its downstream connection at Marsh Creek to north of New Hope Church Road.

Project Details

 
Type:
Water and Sewer
Budget:
$3,100,000
Project Lead:
Janeen Goodwin, PE
Contractors:
Moffat Pipe, Inc.

Contact

 

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

Lead Department:
Water

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Pre-Approval

This phase is complete.

Programmed

This phase is complete.

Lead Department:
Water

Planning

This phase is complete.

Lead Department:
Water

Design

This phase is complete. 

Lead Department:
Water

Right of Way Acquisition

This phase is complete.

Lead Department:
Water

Construction

The sewer improvement project was awarded to the contractor, Moffat Pipe, Inc. Construction activities began in January 2021 in the southern end of the project near Marsh Creek/Long Bow Drive areas. Currently, the contractor is installing sewer lines behind Marlin Court and will continue northward. Tree clearing is complete for the easements on phase two from Huntleigh Drive north to New Hope Church Road. Beginning September 1, 2021, Huntleigh Drive will be reopened to all through traffic.  

Please note that construction schedules can be impacted by inclement weather. Updates will be provided as work progresses.

 

Lead Department:
Water

Complete

Phase details coming soon.

Lead Department:
Water

History

This improvement project will eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows associated with wet weather overflows and prevent sewage from damaging the nearby streams and wetlands.

A preliminary engineering study was completed in 2017 with preliminary and final design following and completed in Spring 2019.

The project was initially identified as part of the 2014 Sanitary Sewer Capacity Study. The study identified the wet weather capacity shortfalls as well as a history of observed Sanitary Sewer Overflows. Sanitary Sewer Overflows are a violation of the City of Raleigh’s permits and create potential environmental hazards. The study stated that backup from the limited capacity in sections of lower slopes causes the model to predict overflows and that the risk of overflows means the project should be critical due to potential impact on health and safety.

Schedule

Date Activity
Spring 2019 Project Design Complete
Summer 2019 Permitting Complete
Summer 2020 Easement Acquisition Complete
Fall 2020 Project Bid Complete
Winter 2021 Project Construction Begins
Winter 2022 Project Construction Complete: Please note construction schedules are subject to change due to unforeseen conditions such as weather, material delays, etc.