​Situated in the state of Texas, Fort Worth is the thirteenth largest city in the United States with a population of over 958,000. Established in 1849, Fort Worth covers an approximate area of 355 square miles and is the location of several multinational corporations and a number of university communities. Fort Worth has seen a huge number of large scale construction projects beginning and in the pipeline, such as:

7th Street at Burnett Storm Drain Rehabilitation

This project will rehabilitate an existing storm drain pipe under 7th St between Lexington St and Cherry St and 6th St between Cherry St and Burnett St. The project will primarily use a trenchless rehabilitation method to repair the pipe but there will be some repairs that require excavation. The scheme is likely to cost in the region of $1,103,000.

Alamo Heights and Riverside Alliance Water and Sewer Improvements

This project encompasses two areas. The western part is in Alamo Heights between Chisholm Trail Parkway and I-30. It is bound by Wirfield Street to the west, Alamo Avenue to the north, Bedford Street to the east and Lisbon Street to the south. The scheme is likely to cost in the region of $2,928,217.00.

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