Snee Farm SRF
The Town of Mount Pleasant, in partnership with Gulfstream Construction, is set to begin Stormwater Drainage Improvements in the Snee Farm neighborhood. Contractors started on July 9, 2018 and are projected to finish in July, 2020.
The Snee Farm improvements are designed to tackle drainage issues in the area. The project will address failing pipes, canal grading and erosion, flood improvements, and water quality.
The Project team will provide updates on the construction work every two weeks. This schedule will include the work plan for active areas and a proposed schedule for work in new areas. Look for these updates on the Public Services Facebook and Twitter pages; on Nextdoor; and the Snee Farm SRF Facebook Group.
Construction of upgrades and improvements to the Snee Farm Drainage is being financed by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF). The CW SRF program is administered by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control with joint funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the State of South Carolina. This project will repair, rehabilitate, replace and improve storm drainage infrastructure and will provide (5) water quality treatment areas for community residents and the Horlbeck Creek, Wando River and Hobcaw creek watersheds. CW SRF programs operate around the country to provide states and communities the resources necessary to maintain and improve the infrastructure that protects our valuable water resources.
Status (As of March 11, 2019)
- Pond grading along Whipple Road and waterline relocation along Law Lane being performed. Asphalt repair work being performed along road cut areas.
View previously published Project Updates here.
CONSTRUCTION COST (BID): $7.9 Million plus 480K for Construction Management. This project is funded through a low interest loan through the State Revolving Fund.
CONTRACTOR: Gulfstream Construction
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER: Woolpert
COMPLETION DATE: Currently estimated for July 2020
Call the Public Services Department: (843) 849-2022