Engineering provides a variety of services relating to the planning, design, management, and construction of the Town's capital improvement projects. Additional services include management of the Town's stormwater management infrastructure with planned maintenance, replacement, and drainage infrastructure improvements.
Construction scheduling and coordination is a critical component in successfully completing capital improvement projects. Construction progress maps and updates to large scale construction projects are provided on this page to keep our residents and visitors informed of construction activities and related impacts.
Old Nags Head Cove Water Main Replacement Project
The map above represents the current progress of the Old Nags Head Cove Water Main Replacement Project. The recently installed water main is represented by the blue linework with the orange color representing the sections of water main recently installed but not yet operational.
Tentative Construction Schedule
Week of April 18th- Installation of the 6" watermain will continue along S. Roanoke Way working from north to south. It is anticipated a significant portion of the open trench construction will be completed by the end of the week. Directional drilling of long service connections beneath S. Cobia Way and W. Sandpiper Terrace will continue along the installed sections of water main.
Week of April 25th- 8" dia. water main to be installed beginning at S. Links Dr. and through the golf course for connectivity to S. Roanoke Way. This construction type will primarily be conducted via horizontal directional drill, (HDD). The HDD construction method will continue along a portion of S. Roanoke Way and connect with the advancing open-cut construction from the northern portion of S. Roanoke Way. Directional drilling of long service connections beneath the roadway will continue along the installed sections of water main.
Week of May 2nd- Horizontal directional drill portions of S. Blue Marlin Way and W. Sandpiper Terrace. Complete directional drilling of long service connections for the portions of installed water main. Once all service connections are completed, the newly installed water main will be pressure tested, chlorinated, flushed, and placed into operation.
Week of May 9th- Conduct concrete apron work in areas of open-cut type construction.
The above-referenced schedule is subject to change and will be updated frequently with the most recent information available. Sequencing of items may also vary.