Jan 8th 2021 | Posted in Water Projects by Texas Government Insider

The North Texas Municipal Water District is planning more than $570 million in projects for its Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 all systems budget.
NTMWD Wylie WTP North Texas water district budgets $570M for capital projects in FY 2021

Wylie Water Treatment Plant

Some projects for the budget year involve up to $25 million for a Systemwide Meter Vault Improvements – Setpoint Control Phase V project that includes a new control valve, flow meter, vault, and electrical upgrades.

An additional $26 million to $50 million will be spent on a new 50 million gallons per day (MGD) pump station and 10 MGD ground storage tank for the Frisco-McKinney system.
Other projects between $26 million and $50 million include improvements for phased transition of each of the four Wylie water treatment plants to biologically active filtration (BAF), new peak flow basin and new influent lift station to manage 41 MGD annual average daily flow, and the construction of a 10,500 linear feet gravity tunnel interceptor with deep elevations between the Buffalo Creek Lift Station and the South Mesquite Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.