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Skyline Drive (Town East Blvd. to Peachtree Road)
Town East Boulevard Phase 2 (U.S. 80 to Skyline Drive) Reconstruction Project
Downtown Mesquite: Front Street Station - Aesthetic Improvements, Paving, Drainage, Water and Sewer
Gus Thomasson Road (US 80 to Town East Blvd)
Thomasson Square Project (Gus Thomasson Road from Moon Drive to Karla Drive) Reconstruction Project
Town East Boulevard Phase 1 (Military Parkway to Skyline Drive) Reconstruction Project
2017 Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project - Phase 1
Scyene Road Paving and Utility Improvements

City Construction Projects

Skyline Drive (Town East Blvd. to Peachtree Road)


Reconstruction of Skyline Drive from Town East Boulevard to Peachtree Road. The new roadway will remain a four-lane section. The road will be reconstructed within the existing ROW. The location of the roadway will be on the southern side of the ROW in order to provide the largest buffer between the roadway and residential neighborhood. Please use the following link to access the Skyline Drive webpage: https://www.cityofmesquite.com/2006/Skyline-Drive-Town-East-Boulevard-to-Pea      

South Parkway, West Fork of South Mesquite Creek - Paving, Water, Sanitary Sewer, Drainage and Erosion Control Project


Reconstruction of South Parkway including pavement, drainage, and utilities from Sybil Drive to US 80. Improvements to the South Mesquite Creek channel will include straightening of the channel and adding slope stabilization to address the severe channel erosion.      

Lucas Bridge at SMC Erosion Control and Sanitary Sewer Relocation


Evaluate and develop plans to address erosion under bridge, repair the slope wall, and relocate an existing 48 inch sanitary sewer main.      

Kaufman County Pump Station


Project to design and build a potable water pump station and associated ground storage tanks in Kaufman County to supply land within the City of Mesquite and selected ETJ with potable water from the City system.      

Stream 2J2 Erosion and Channel Rehabilitation


Various channel improvements to Stream 2J2 through Country Brook Addition. Improvements include repairs to the concrete channel, slope walls, headwalls and miscellaneous grading.      

Kaufman County Water Transmission Pipeline


Project to design, obtain easements and construct a 24-inch water transmission main across the East Fork of the Trinity River from Lawson Road to proposed Kaufman County pump station site.      

TXDOT - US 80 (IH 30 to FM 460)


The U.S. 80 proposed improvements consist of the reconstruction and widening of U.S. 80 from I-30 in Dallas County to FM 460 in Kaufman County, within the cities of Dallas, Mesquite, Forney, and the Town of Sunnyvale. The proposed plan will reconstruct the I-635 interchange and widen main lanes and frontage roads. Frontage roads will be completed between Lawson Road and FM 460 over the East Fork of Trinity River. The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will perform the work in phases. The first phase will be primarily within the City of Mesquite.      

SH352/Scyene Road CDBG Sidewalk


Complete sidewalk using CDBG FY 2019 funding. Currently the scope is for SH 352 from Peachtree to Ridgefield Circle      

Stream Bank Stabilization & Bridge Replacement - South Mesquite Creek


The improvements planned on South Mesquite Creek will reduce erosion along the drainage channel, address flooding of MISD sports fields, increase the amount of water that is able to flow in the stream and improve access for the City to maintain the area. This project also includes replacement of the bridge on North Mesquite Drive.      

Palos Verdes Dam Modifications and Park Improvements


TCEQ Dam safety regulations enacted in 2009 require the development of Hydrology and Hydraulic information for dams including a dam breach analysis. The study for Palos Verdes Lake and Dam indicate that the PV dam spillway must pass 75% of the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF). This project is to replace the existing rusted corrugated metal overflow with a new concrete overflow structure and to modify the emergency spillway to accommodate the required 75% PMF flows. Other project elements include the extension of a large storm sewer pipe from the downstream face of the dam to Northwest Drive to eliminate the severe erosion occurring in the park near Northwest Drive, and the addition of a new 20-space parking lot downstream of the dam.      

Mesquite Heritage Trail, Phase 2 (Towne Centre Drive and South Mesquite Creek)


Design and construction of a segment of the Mesquite Heritage Trail - This segment of trail is along the south side of Towne Centre Drive from IH 635 to South Mesquite Creek; then south along the west bank of South Mesquite Creek to US80; then under US80 to the trailhead just north of AMC theater. Work being pursued in conjunction with Dallas County Public Works.      

2017 Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project - Phase 2


Provides for the survey, design and preparation of construction documents for the replacement of several segments of sanitary sewer main as follows:

Sewer Main segment north of US Highway 80 on Bahamas Drive and Flamingo Way. The existing main in this location is severely undersized and 57 years old.

Sewer Main segments on Majors Street, Kathy Drive, Riggs Circle and a large main in Bennett Branch Creek south of Riggs Circle from South Mesquite Creek to Plaza Drive. The large main is also undersized and is 64 years old. Location maps are attached to illustrate the location of these mains.

The mains will be replaced with a combination of conventional open cut trenching and trenchless pipe-bursting methods.      

Concrete Rehab- Emporium Circle and Childress Avenue


Contract for Concrete Pavement Maintenance in the Towne Centre TIRZ Area
Major Maintenance & repair of concrete pavement by panel replacement, joint repair and lifting.
Funding Source Towne Centre TIRS Paving Maintenance - MUNIS Project C0046 - FY 2018-19 $200,000.      

Town East Boulevard Phase 2 (U.S. 80 to Skyline Drive) Reconstruction Project


The existing six-lane section road will be reconstructed as a four-lane section from Skyline Drive to Forney Road and the section from Forney Road to U.S. 80 will be reconstructed as a six-lane section. The newly paved roadway will have new thick concrete pavement sections to support the large volume of heavy truck traffic. This project will also include improvements to underground utilities and drainage along the length of the project. The four-lane section south of Forney Road will be shifted to reduce the impacts of the industrial traffic on residents living in the nearby neighborhood. This shift will also allow for the addition of a walking/biking trail and an eight-foot screening wall for the nearby neighborhood.      

TxDOT IH-635 (US 75/Central Expressway to IH-30) Also Known As LBJ East


The Plan: The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is reconstructing I-635 from U.S. 75 to I-30. The reconstruction will provide five main lanes and two managed lanes in both directions, continual frontage roads starting at Town East Boulevard and full reconstruction of the I-30/I-635 interchange. Phase 1 (sound wall construction) is underway. This includes construction of six sound wall segments along I-635. Four of the new sound segments are located in Mesquite. For more information concerning the I-635 LBJ East Project, please visit the Texas Department of Transportation webpage.

Phase 1 (noise wall construction) is underway, this includes the construction of six sound wall segments along I-635. Four of the new noise segments are in the City of Mesquite. For more information concerning I-635 LBJ East Project, please visit the following Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) webpage: https://bit.ly/2M5aO02      

Downtown Mesquite: Front Street Station - Aesthetic Improvements, Paving, Drainage, Water and Sewer


The project is for the design of Front Street Station between Galloway Avenue and North Ebrite Street as the first phase to improve Downtown Mesquite with new pedestrian-friendly elements, special event areas and additional parking.      

Oriole, Ervin, Cascade, Haddock, Hoops, Summit and Valley View Heights Area - Pavement


Rehabilitation of pavement using a variety of rehabilitation methods. The following segments will receive seal coat treatment: Hoops from Dead Eng to Rodeo Center Blvd, Haddock from Peachtree to Powell Rd. The following segments will receive a mill and asphalt overlay treatment: Cascade from Lee to Grubb, Summit from Galloway to Crest Park. The following streets will receive an asphalt reclamation treatment: Oriole St from Potter to Bruton, Ervin Ln from Haddock to Potter, Lilac Ln from Sandy to Rose, Daffodil Dr from Sandy to Rose, Rose from Lilac to Daffodil, Carnation from Lilac to Daffodil and Daffodil Circle.      

Gus Thomasson Road (US 80 to Town East Blvd)


This project is for the total reconstruction of Gus Thomasson Road from U.S. 80 to Town East Boulevard. This project will replace and upgrade the roadway and underground utilities. The project will also add a bike trail, landscaping and other improvements for nearby homes.      

Screening Wall Replacement Project


This project is designed to replace and construct approximately 1,628 linear feet of 8-foot tall precast long-span decorative concrete screening wall for Chamberlain Place along IH 635 and New Market to Mathew Drive, Sidewalk will be replaced along New Market from IH635 to Mathew Drive.      

Thomasson Square Project (Gus Thomasson Road from Moon Drive to Karla Drive) Reconstruction Project


The reconstruction of Gus Thomasson Road from Karla Drive to Moon Drive will be a four-lane divided road with the addition of a bicycle path, a wider sidewalk and improvements to underground utilities.      

Town East Boulevard Phase 1 (Military Parkway to Skyline Drive) Reconstruction Project


The reconstruction of Town East Boulevard from Military Parkway to Skyline Drive will include a four-lane divided road with two lanes in each direction, improvements to underground utilities and thick concrete pavement sections to support the large volume of heavy truck traffic.      

2017 Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project - Phase 1


Construction of new sanitary sewer, ranging from 12 to 18 inches, by Pipe bursting the existing sanitary sewer main from Spring Lake Drive, across IH 635 and connecting to a manhole in the alley adjacent to W Cartwright Road.
Construction of new 8 inch sanitary sewer by pipe bursting the existing sanitary sewer main in the alley between Karla Drive and Albany Drive from Harper Drive to Mistletoe Way.
Construction of a new 10 inch sanitary sewer by pipe bursting the existing sanitary sewer main in Viva Drive from Town East Boulevard to Palm Drive.
This project also includes removing a brick manhole on Rosabelle Drive.      

Real. Texas. Roads.


Real. Texas. Roads. is the program name for the road repairs funded by the $125 million bond sale approved by voters in November 2015. Repairs under this program are for residential, 2-lane roadways. The repairs began in 2016. To view the current construction status of streets selected for the program, visit www.cityofmesquite.com/RealTexasRoads.      

Scyene Road Paving and Utility Improvements


The reconstruction of Scyene Road from Clay Mathis Road to Lawson Road will support new industrial development near the Mesquite Metro Airport. The project includes improvements to underground utilities and a newly paved roadway with thick concrete to withstand heavy truck traffic by the industrial companies.