San Antonio Water System (SAWS)

San Antonio Water Systems SAWS
  • San Antonio Water System (SAWS)
  • San Antonio Water System (SAWS)
  • San Antonio Water System (SAWS)
  • San Antonio Water System (SAWS)
For over 20 years, BMB has provided a diverse range of both civil design and survey services to SAWS on a variety of projects involving the rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of sewer and water systems, lift stations, storage tanks and treatment plans, many of which involved joint coordination with the City of San Antonio. A listing of contracts we have secured with the local utility include:

SAWS Project Experience:

  • Civil Engineering Services – PRT Engineering
  • 2013 Unspecified Engineering Services – Governmental
  • 2011 Replacement & Improvements Surveying Services
  • 2010 Professional Unspecified Engineering Design Services
  • Buckeye Ave – Hildebrand to Fresno St. Sewer and Water R&I
  • US 281 / Loop 1604 Design Build Interchange Utility Investigation
  • Loop 1604/281 Interchange Sewer and Waterline Relocation
  • Loop 1604/SH 151
  • 2010 Professional Unspecified Engineering Governmental Design Services
  • Babcock Road Phase V Heuermann Road to Camp Bullis Road
  • Water & Sewer Construction, Package III – V
  • Villaret Drive Drainage Improvements – Hwy 16 to Jennifer Sewer
  • 2008 Unspecified Engineering Design R&I Contract
  • 2008 Governmental Engineering Design R&I Contract
  • Lackland AFB Drainage Channel Reconstruction
  • Regional Carrizo Pipeline Deliver
  • Alley Survey Projects
  • Aquifer Storage Recovery Projects
  • Gonzales Pipeline, Segment 3 – Wilson County
  • Gonzales Pipeline, Segment 6 – Bexar County


San Antonio Water System (SAWS)


San Antonio, Texas



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What Our Clients Are Saying

David M. McBeth, P.E. – Capital Improvements Management Services

“Bain Medina Bain has served as the lead design consultant for the Rip Rap 69 Phase IID project that is currently under construction for the City of San Antonio. This assignment is considered a large and complex design project that includes the reconstruction of multiple blocks of city streets in older residential neighborhoods. The design included streets, storm drainage and large channel and culvert design, sidewalks, driveways, water and sewer reconstruction. The overall project construction is valued at approximately $12.2 million dollars.

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