The North Austin MUD #1 Board of Directors are pleased to announce completion of several District projects in 2017 and 2018 intended to improve provision of water utilities and increase the type and number of amenities to its residents. Recently, the District completed the Humphrey Drive Restroom Project and Tamayo and Dallas Booster Station projects in November of 2017. In addition, the Board recently began work on a new park pavilion in Rattan Creek Park. For more information please see the project descriptions below.
Rattan Creek Park North Pavilion Project – UNDER CONSTRUCTION JAN. 2018
At its November Board meeting, the Board of Directors approved plans for a new park pavilion to be constructed in the NE section of Rattan Creek Park. The District selected T Bar M Construction as low bidder for construction of the new pavilion. A design schematic of the pavilion is shown above.
The Board intends this new amenity to be a new location to reserve for birthday parties and be a place for park use and community gatherings. The pavilion will feature bench seating and a fireplace. The existing berm near the pavilion will also be a natural seating area around the pavilion for gatherings and community events. The project is expected to be completed by June 2018.
Robinson Park – Humphrey Dr – Restroom Project – COMPLETED NOV. 2017
The photo above shows the new restroom facility located near 13300 Humphrey Drive that was recently completed and is now open to the North Austin MUD residents! This $172,000 project was designed by Garwood Architecture, PLLC and constructed by G Creek Construction of Austin. The restroom is designed to serve residents who utilize the sand volley ball court and soccer fields and it is intended to be closer in proximity to the western side of Robinson Park then current restrooms at Amasia.
Tamayo/Dallas Drive Booster Station Buildings Project – COMPLETED NOV. 2017
Two new booster station buildings were recently completed in 2017 by the District. The Dallas Drive and Tamayo Drive water booster stations supply water pressure to the District residents. After years of exposure to the elements, the Board decided to add new building enclosures to better protect the utility infrastructure. The $560,000 project was designed by Garwood Architecture, PLLC and constructed by G Creek Construction of Austin.