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Crockett Road water line replacement project begins

Traffic delays expected through December

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Crockett Road water line replacement project

The Brentwood Water Services Department will replace water lines along Crockett Road between Raintree Parkway and O’Hara Drive.

The Brentwood Water Services Department will replace water lines along Crockett Road between Raintree Parkway and O’Hara Drive starting on Monday, July 15, and lasting through December. 

Most of the work will be off the road, but residents can occasionally expect traffic delays associated with the construction. 

This project includes replacing approximately 3,350 feet of 12-inch water pipe along Crockett Road, from just east of the roundabout at Raintree Parkway east toward O’Hara Drive. Also included is abandoning approximately 2,000 feet of an older water line west of the roundabout, and also transferring water services for customers from the older 4-inch line to an adjacent 12-inch water line. 

In addition to the work on Crockett Road, this project also includes installing approximately 400 feet of 8-inch water pipe at Deerwood Lane to connect customers to the Johnson Chapel Road water line that was installed in 2014. By making this connection, an older segment of water line from Harpeth River Drive to Deerwood Lane can be abandoned. 

The city received four competitive bids for this project. SBW Constructors, LLC of Goodlettsville submitted the lowest bid of $789,454. This project is part of the 2020-2025 Capital Improvements Plan to help maintain the highest level of distribution service for residents.

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