The City of College Station takes extreme pride in its infrastructure: streets, water and sanitary sewer lines, parks and public buildings. These capital assets significantly affect the character, growth patterns, and quality of life in College Station. Over time the City modifies, expands, rehabilitates or replaces some of its existing infrastructure and adds new assets to meet the needs of our Citizens in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan and the City Council’s Strategic Initiatives. Each year we assist other departments within the City of College Station to identify and prioritize capital improvement projects as part of the development of our five year Capital Plan.
The Capital Projects division consists of Project Managers and Land Agents who manage and deliver the projects included in the Capital Plan and acquire any land (easements, right-of-way, and real property) needed to support the improvements in the plan. We have professional engineers licensed in the State of Texas, so when our workload allows, staff completes the design work on selected projects. When our workload is high and/or we have more complex projects, our staff will manage the efforts of consulting engineers, surveyors and architects who provide professional design services to the City. Our staff is responsible for each of the projects from conceptual design through construction. The division ensures that projects are of the highest quality, meets the needs outlined in the project scope, and delivered on schedule and within budget.
The funding sources to design, build, maintain, and upgrade these capital improvements are diverse and are obtained through many sources such as: general obligation bonds, certificates of obligations, and utility revenue bonds. For a complete listing of the Capital Projects Budget, please click here.
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