Norman Downtown Streetscape, Waterline

NORMAN, OKLAHOMA

CLIENT

University of Oklahoma

MARKET

Municipal Engineering

HIGHLIGHTS

2,673-LF of 16-in.

ductile iron pipe

 

382-LF of 20-in.

ductile iron pipe

 

25-LF of 20-in. steel pipe

CLIENT

Norman, Oklahoma

MARKET

Municipal Engineering

 

HIGHLIGHTS

Relocation design of the existing 12-inch ductile iron waterline (approx. 2,000-LF)

Design of a new 12-inch pipeline crossing under the BNSF Railroad.

The Cabbiness Engineering design team teamed with R.L. Shears Company, PC to design and construct the Downtown Main Street Streetscape Project intended to improve Main Street. The Downtown Main Street Improvement Project (West End) will enhance the transportation facilities for the non-motorized users and to beautify historic Downtown Norman. 

 

The civil engineering scope of work, provided by Cabbiness Engineering, included the following:

  • Relocation design of the existing 12-inch ductile iron waterline from just west of Park Street to Jones Ave. (approx. 2,000 linear feet). Additionally, all crossing connections to existing mains and tie-ins were included. 

  • Design a new 12-inch pipeline crossing under the BNSF Railroad

  • Design, as necessary, new storm water inlets and connection pipes to the existing storm sewer collection trunk system. 

  • Identify utility owners, as well as request atlas and description of facilities (size, type, depth, etc.) from each utility owner.