Easton Addition, Ray Park and Neighborhood Sewer Rehabilitation (Phase 2)
This project rehabilitated the sanitary sewer pipelines within the upper portion of Easton Addition No. 7 Subdivision and at Mills Avenue as it approaches California Drive. This project replaced and upsized existing deteriorated vitrified clay pipes that have high inflow and infiltration with new polyvinyl chloride and high-density polyethylene pipe. This project reduces inflow and infiltration towards the wastewater treatment plant and complies with the Bay Keepers mandate.
Scope: The work consisted of constructing approximately 2,600 LF of new 6-inch and 8-inch sanitary sewer pipe and 15-inch storm drain pipe throughout the City using open cut, pipe bursting, and pipe reaming in the public right-of-way, along easement areas, and in private properties. Other related work included installation and replacement of manholes, cleanouts and laterals by pipe bursting or open cut, rehabilitation of manholes, temporary bypass pumping, connecting all laterals, and other related miscellaneous work.
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