Athens-Clarke County (ACC) selected two engineering firms to design new waterlines for ACC streets that had no existing water or fire service. AMT designed approximately 23,000 linear feet of 8” DIP waterline on nineteen (19) streets from approximately forty (40) selected for analysis. Gas line crossings and the CSX railroad bore were designed by AMT. The project required NPDES permitting through the ACC Department of Public Works. AMT worked the ACC Program Manager, Jordan, Jones and Goulding (JJG) as well as the ACC Public Utilities Department to provide support during bidding as well as limited construction administration services. ACC reselected AMT to provide the engineering services for its Group B waterline improvements which involved installation of approximately 13,300 linear feet of 8” DIP waterline and fire service and required a gas line crossing and upgraded erosion control plans due to changes in the new NPDES permits GAR00002. For all projects, AMT developed the specifications, provided bid support and construction administration.