New Braunfels Utilities will begin construction on the Goodwin Lane 24-inch Water Main Project.

According to a press release, the project, which is budgeted at about $10.24 million, is expected to be completed in the summer of 2024. To alleviate traffic during the school year, construction at the Goodwin and Conrads Lane intersection and construction within 200 feet of Oak Creek Elementary will be between the months of June and August 2023.

The Goodwin Lane 24-inch Water Main Project is one of 153 projects in which NBU has invested more than $871 million to improve or add infrastructure.

The project will increase reliability, transmission capacity and operational efficiency through the installation of larger-diameter pipelines to the Kohlenberg Pressure Zone, which encompasses the New Braunfels area north of Loop 337 and south of Watson Lane.

It will add about 12,100 linear feet of 24-inch water main from the Goodwin Lane and Pebble Creek Run intersection to the County Hills Pump Station located at the Hoffman Lane and Hunter Road intersection and routed along Goodwin Lane, Conrads Lane, Hoffman Lane and FM 1102.

There will be digital traffic control boards to display upcoming lan closure announcements along Goodwin Lane, Conrads Lane, Hunter Road and Hoffman Lane.

Individuals who have any questions pertaining to the project may contact Desirae Medellin at 830-608-8971 or [email protected].