Cleanwater Nashville

Metro Water Services

Projects

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Completed projects

Davidson and Brook Hollow Sewer Improvements

Completed August 2016

In order to address a recurring overflow in the project area, approximately 1,900 linear feet of sewer will be installed to increase the avaialble conveyance capacity of the sewer system. Additionally, the repair of several adjacent sewer segments will be completed in conjunction with this work. Learn More

Shelby Park Rehabilitation - Area 3 - Greenland Avenue

Completed July 2016

This project was developed to renew aging infrastructure and to address downstream overflows by reducing the amount of rainfall that can enter the system through defects. It consists of the evaluation and rehabilitation of approximately 49,000 linear feet of 8 to 15-inch gravity sewer, 260 associated manholes, and 800 service laterals within Metro's right-of-way and easements. Learn More

28th Avenue Rehabilitation - Area 1 - Clifton Avenue

Completed May 2017

This project was developed to renew aging infrastructure and to address downstream overflows by reducing the amount of rainfall that can enter the system through defects. It consists of the evaluation and rehabilitation (as needed) of approximately 39,600 linear feet of gravity sewer, associated manholes, and service laterals within Metro's right-of-way and easements.
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Highway 100 & Tyne Boulevard - Trimble Rehabilitation

Completed January 2016

This project was developed to renew aging infrastructure and to address downstream overflows by reducing the amount of rainfall that can enter the system through defects. It consisted of the evaluation of approximately 63,000 linear feet of gravity sewer, associated manholes, and service laterals within Metro's right-of-way and easements. The resulting construction project includes the rehabilitation of approximately 33,000 linear feet of 8 to 12-inch gravity sewer, associated manholes, and service connections. Learn More