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Storm Drainage Project

Installed approximately 300’ of 8” and 10” storm sewer lines as directed to alleviate drainage issues between buildings and courtyards. Old pipes were carefully removed so the new pipes could be used with the existing 24”x24” concrete catch basins. Catch basins were modified to ensure that a new pipe was installed at grade to ensure drainage. Stormwater was then routed to be discharged into an open ditch.

Roof Drain Repair

Replaced gaskets and reinstalled existing roof drain on a leaking roof above a cafeteria. Drains were removed from the void space above the ceiling so gaskets could be replaced. Reinstallation was completed in a timely manner resolving the issue for the client.

Backflow Installation at Water Park

Installed 4” Pressure Reducing Backflow Valve on the main domestic water line for Water Park to ensure compliance with state law to prevent a cross-connection contamination. The existing carbon steel line was excavated and a section of pipe was removed to make room for the backflow installation. A 4” setter and risers with mechanical flanges were set in place so the valve could be installed. The completed assembly was enclosed with a concrete pad and an insulated box for protection against the elements. The insulated box also provides for a very professional and clean appearance after installation is complete.

Sanitary Sewer Liner

A sanitary sewer line was repaired using our trenchless pipe repair services to prevent repeated clogging and backing up of sewer into an industrial building. A new clean-out was installed where the sewer line exits the building and a small section of limestone road was removed to provide access to the pipe. The existing line was cleaned, inspected via video camera, and prepped for installation of the liner. Using a Cured-In-Place-Pipe method, the pipe was lined with a PVC sleeve. The repair was completed in a substantially shorter time than traditional pipe repair and was minimally disruptive to the worksite.

Camera Inspection on Process Stack

An in-depth camera inspection was performed on a process line at an industrial plant. To access the pipes in the stack a man lift was utilized to reach the required height of 175’ above ground. Once at the access point, the camera was run throughout the length of the pipe to identify any obstructions in the line. If obstructions were found, a short video was recorded to be given to the plant managers for later observation. Once all access points were inspected and any obstructions removed, the unit was put back in service and the results of the inspection were turned over to the plant for their records.

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