Buda: Houston-Based Waste Management Services Company Proposes Warehouse Development
Feature photo: Aerial view of the site located at 1781 Robert S Light Blvd. Image: Google Streets/VBX graph
by Art Benavidez
Buda (Hays county) – A waste management services company has had its Specific Use Permit (SUP) approved for a proposed warehouse at this week’s meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The approximately 4-acre property is located at 1781 Robert S Light Boulevard in the southern part of the city.
Tritico Jeans with Liquid Waste Solutions LLC proposes to develop a liquid waste service facility and needs the SUP due to a storage facility outside the development.
Liquid Waste Solutions is headquartered in Houston.
Matthew A. Dringenberg with the Buda office of South West Engineers published a sitemap that showed:
- A proposed building of 20,000 square feet approximately 26 feet in height
- 4,000 square feet will be dedicated to offices and 16,000 square feet to warehouses
- 16,725 square feet of outdoor storage space
- Retention pond
- 28 parking spaces
- 2.66 acres (115,870 SF) of impermeable cover
- Wrought iron fence surrounding the development
In addition, the open area on the western half of the property could be developed with an additional building and parking in the future, according to documents submitted to the city.
The development will also have 15 trees and eight different types of shrubs.
The project team is completed by Blair Landscape Architecture out of Austin, Avid Build Systems, Round Rock and S. Kanetzky Engineering, LLC., out of Bee Cave.
VBX Project ID: 2022-0820