Pape-Dawson planned, designed, and oversaw construction of this 32-mile pipeline (18″ to 96″ in diameter), designed to capture sewer flows from surrounding properties and to allow San Antonio Water System to decommission the Lone Star, Pearsall, Fischer Road, and Toyota Plant South lift stations.
Our design led the way for the SAWS to develop a regional gravity sewer outfall solution to serve more than 200,000 future SAWS customers, giving SAWS the ability to accept future flows of up to 50 MGD from the Leon Creek Water Recycling Center.
Highlighted Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Design Projects
W-1 Leon Creek
Pape-Dawson provided planning, design, and construction phase services to deliver a 4-mile regional gravity wastewater main to serve San Antonio Water System (SAWS) customers and give SAWS the ability to accept 97 MGD from its western sewershed.
Water Resources Integration Program
Pape-Dawson was responsible for the design and permitting of Segment 1, a 60″ pipeline that begins at the Twin Oaks Water Treatment Plant in Southeast Bexar County and extends approximately 15 miles to the northwest.