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January 2020

Project Description

  • The Henpeck Lane Sanitary Sewer Project is an extension of the City of Franklin’s sanitary sewer system to serve the existing Oak Meadow Elementary School and the proposed Central East Middle School.  The project includes the installation of 5,095 linear feet of 12 inch sanitary sewer line and 1,350 linear feet of 8 inch sanitary sewer line along a tributary of Five Mile Creek from Ellington Drive to the proposed middle school on Henpeck Lane.
  • The City of Franklin and Williamson County Schools (WCS) have entered into an Interlocal Agreement for funding of the project, with WCS being responsible for approximately 60% of the total cost of design, easement acquisition, construction management, construction inspection and construction of the project.  Construction on the project started on June 3, 2019, with the portion of the sanitary sewer across the existing Oak View Elementary School to be completed by August 9, 2019.


January 2020

  • The 3 crews continued work on the sewer line.  Crew A installed MH9 to MH10, including the services on the lines, and performed testing on MH13 to MH17.  Crew B performed testing procedures beginning at MH4 and installation of the sewer line from MH5 to MH7. Crew C installed the construction entrance on 107 Beechlawn Drive
  • All sanitary sewer lines have been installed except for the line behind 109 Beechlawn Drive.  This section of the line is the last section that will be installed.  The contractor is scheduled to have the last section of sewer line, from MH8 to MH9, completed by the second week of March. 


Henpeck Lane Sanitary Sewer Project photo

Henpeck Lane Sanitary Sewer Project


Historical updates:

June 2019

August 2019

October 2019