I-16/Hwy 301 Tract: 204 Acres Poised For Industrial Growth
Since 2008, Hussey Gay Bell has been working with the City of Statesboro, in association with the Development Authority of Bulloch County, to develop this 204-acre tract which serves a 2,000-acre service area. The property is located at the Highway 301 South and Interstate 16 interchange, just 44 miles from the Port of Savannah. Scope of projects to date includes:
I-16/US Hwy 301 Utility Infrastructure, Phase 1: Completed in 2013, the project consisted of the design and construction of 36,595 LF of 12” PVC force main and 27,330 LF of 12” water main. Approximately 2,700 LF of the water main and force main were installed under wetlands by horizontal directional drill.
I-16/US Hwy 301 Utility Infrastructure, Phase 2: Completed in 2016, the project consisted of the design and construction of a 900 GPM sanitary sewage duplex pump station, 4,600 LF of 12” PVC force main, 8,800 LF of 12” PVC water main and 4,000 LF of PVC gravity sewer. Approximately 1,500 LF of the water main and 1,500 LF of the force main installed in 16” fusible PVC casing under I-16 by horizontal directional drill. The project included multiple wetland crossings by horizontal directional drill.
1.0 Million Gallon Elevated Storage Tank (EST): Completed in 2014, Hussey Gay Bell provided master planning, hydraulic modeling, civil/structural engineering, surveying and construction phase services for this project which consisted of the design and construction of a 1.0-million-gallon elevated water tank with all its appurtenances and site development work.
I-16/US Hwy 301 Utility Infrastructure, Phase 3: Completed in 2017, the project included the design and construction of a 1,125 GPM sanitary sewage duplex pump station, 1,540 LF of 12” PVC force main and 3,570 LF of 12” PVC gravity sewer. The project also included multiple wetland and road crossings installed by jack and bore and horizontal directional drill.