Kenall delivered water and wastewater planning, engineering, and construction management services for Rodeo Palms, a 570-acre subdivision with 18-hole golf course, lakes and a country club. The project included the preparation of the overall master plan and layout of all the public utilities for this subdivision. The utilities included waterlines, wastewater lines and storm drainage system. The design for the first phase consisted of approximately 13,000 linear ft. of water lines, 11,600 linear ft. of wastewater force main and 9,000 linear ft. of storm drainage sewers.
The water distribution network was designed as a public water system in accordance with TCEQ, AWWA, and NFPA standards. The design included 40 gate valves and 23 fire hydrants, in addition to the 13,000 linear ft. of waterline. We used the EPANet 2.0 model for analysis of the water mains. For the wastewater collection system, we evaluated alternatives, and a low pressure system was selected and designed. Our design of the storm drainage system included several lakes for storm water retention to mitigate runoff, developed in accordance with Brazoria County Drainage District Guidelines. Kenall also prepared construction documents and oversaw construction for the entire project.