Trinity Metro - TEXRail Station lots
TRG performed Quality Level “D” through “A” Subsurface Utility Engineering on this project for the TEXRail Station Lots at the Iron Horse and Smithville stations in North Richland Hills. TEXRail is a commuter rail line, developed by Trinity Metro, serving 9 stations over 27-miles from Downtown Fort Worth, across northeast Tarrant County, through North Richland Hills and Grapevine, and into DFW International Airport’s Terminal B. TRG designated over 8,868 LF of QL “B” SUE and performed over 3,367 LF of QL “C/D” SUE. TRG also excavated QL “A” SUE test holes on several petroleum pipelines that were discovered during the QL “B” SUE field investigation. The area high pressure pipelines ranged in depth from 4.36 FT to 11.33 FT. The final deliverable consisted of a test hole summary table that communicated test hole numbers, utilities observed, and depths to tops of utilities, as well as a comprehensive utility CADD file.