Surface Water Supply Project (SWSP)
To further support Houston’s transition from ground to surface water, the Surface Water Supply Project (SWSP) will serve as the conduit from the City’s expanded Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) to Lake Houston in one direction and the fast-growing Fort Bend County in the other. The SWSP will transport water from Lake Houston to the NEWPP and westward through a 39 mile-long, 8-foot-diameter pipeline and two large pump stations.
In contributing to this project that will provide long-term water supplies for west Harris County and north Fort Bend County, Mbroh is providing electrical and I&C design along the pipeline to the various pump stations. The team’s services include fiber optic network routing design along the pipeline, design and coordination of the electric utility service drop for meter stations, wide area network design at multiple locations, area lighting, and standby generator design.
Project transports water from Lake Houston to the NEWPP and westward through a 39 mile-long, 8-foot-diameter pipeline and two large pump stations
Mbroh provided area-wide fiber optic network design as well as engineering services during design