High Meadow Preserve Construction Update – Sept 13 2022
HIGH MEADOW PRESERVE September 13, 2022
High Meadow Development Co. is pleased to provide details regarding progress of construction in High Meadow Preserve. Despite considerable challenges, we have made significant progress driving construction to its eventual completion. We will be working to provide monthly updates until the completion of High Meadow Preserve.
Road and Drainage Construction
Asphalt is complete.
Roadside ditches and road signs have been delayed due to weather.
Roadside ditches are estimated to be complete in October.
Excavation of the ponds is estimated to be complete by end of November.
Gideon Water, LLC. is the water company in High Meadow Preserve. All tap and meter requests received prior to the 1st of each month will be installed between the 1st and 15th of any given month. All tap and meter requests received prior to the 15th of will be installed between the 15th and the 1st of the following month. Please reach out to FloWatch to schedule water tap and meter installation at the contact information below.
FloWatch: Dana Blair, Dblair@flowatch.net, 281-373-4401
Water plant construction has begun and will take 4 months or more to complete
Gas has been complete and pressurized. Meters can be requested from Epcor.
Power is complete. Meters can be requested from San Bernard Electrical Cooperative.
AT&T is the provider for phone and internet.
The wire is back ordered. AT&T will not provide an ETA when the wire will be received or installed.
– Temporary culverts – Until asphalt is installed, the developer allows temporary culverts to be installed in the roadside ditches, this will allow the roadside ditches to be cut to the proper elevation once the asphalt is completed on the road. It is always the landowner’s (or their representative) responsibility to install the permanent culverts once the roads are paved.
– Permanent culverts – permanent culverts are required to be installed on any lot that is under construction, AFTER the asphalt has been installed. If you are building on a lot that already has asphalt, a temporary culvert is not permitted.
– Please keep in mind, all schedule related items are estimated and are subject to change due to a variety of issues, including but not limited to, weather, supply chain issues, labor shortages, material shortages, etc.