Northwest Pipe to Supply Water Transmission Pipeline for Phase 1B of the Carrizo-Water Supply Project

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Northwest Pipe will produce over 89,000 feet of engineered steel pipe for the first phase of the Texas water infrastructure project for the Alliance Regional Water Authority

Northwest Pipe Company has been selected by Garney Construction and the Alliance Regional Water Authority to manufacture engineered steel pipe for Phase 1B – Segment A of the Carrizo-Water Supply Project.

The project, which will be operational by late 2023, includes new water transmission pipeline, four wells, storage tanks, pump stations, and a treatment facility. Serving the cities of San MarcosBudaKyle, and other utility districts represented by the Canyon Regional Water Authority, the plant will provide 19 million gallons of water per day to these Texas communities.

Northwest Pipe Company is manufacturing over 89,000 feet, or nearly 17 miles, of water transmission pipe that will convey water from the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer to a new treatment plant. Over 5,100 tons of steel is being used to manufacture the cement mortar lined and polyurethane coated 48-inch-diameter engineered pipeline.

“The State of Texas continues to see steady growth in population and this new water treatment facility will provide water to over 225,000 residents on a daily basis,” states Scott Montross, President and CEO of Northwest Pipe Company. “We are pleased to again team with Garney Construction on this large Texas infrastructure project, which is using steel pipe manufactured at our nearby plant in Saginaw, Texas.”