The project involves the following tasks:
- Data gathering, project management, scheduling to meet established milestones.
- Contracting with and overseeing an SSES/investigation of sewers and manholes: Cleaning, CCTV, flow isolation inspection, smoke testing, dye water testing, sonar inspection, laser profile, manhole inspection.
- Preliminary Engineering Report with recommended improvements. Priorities, costs, plans, present worth analysis, alternative analysis, environmental review.
- Final design drawings and specifications for collection system rehab.
- Bid assistance.
- Construction phase services.
- Onsite Resident Project Representative for the year-long project.
- Easement, permitting, survey, and mapping assistance.
- CIPP Rehab:
- Cured in place pipe (CIPP) sewer rehabilitation: 3,200 feet of 48-inch, 3,100 feet of 24-inch, 1,400 feet of 15- and 16-inch, 400 feet of 12-inch, 5,700 feet of 8-inch sewer.
- Reinstatement of approximately 130 service laterals.
- Manhole Rehab:
- Approximately 722 defects (hole/ crack, pipe connection, joint & chimney); 8 rebuilding bench and invert; 32 removing roots; 20 manhole inflow dish inserts; 75 raising manhole frame; 59 removing/resetting manhole frames and covers; 9 replacing standard manhole frames and covers; 107 replacing watertight manhole frames and covers; and approximately 42 point repairs, ranging in size from 6-inch to 24-inch diameter pipe.
- Approximately, 30 sewer lateral repairs via trimming tap, chemical grouting, and CIPP/T-Liner.
- Replacement via open cut: Approximately 40 feet of 8-inch-diameter gravity sewer and 1,700 feet of 18-inch-diameter gravity sewer with 24-inch diameter gravity sewer.
- Installation of approximately 1,800 feet of 10-inch-diameter gravity sewer via open cut, approximately 270 feet of 12-inch-diameter gravity sewer via open cut, and approximately 140 vertical feet of new precast manholes.