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April Rehab News: Insituform wins $13M contract; Boatman joins SAK; CertaFlo expands GreenLine
Insituform Technologies Inc. was awarded $13 million in sewer pipe rehabilitation work for Nevada’s Clark County Water Reclamation District. The project will rehabilitate approximately 14,000 feet of 36- to 60-inch large diameter sewer pipe. Work is expected to be completed by March 2010.
“We have provided trenchless rehabilitation solutions for the Clark County Water Reclamation District for several years and are excited to continue our work in this area. I am confident our high-quality product, customer service and methods will ensure a successful project for Insituform and Clark County,” said Joe Lane, general manager for Insituform West Region.
Insituform, a pre-qualified contractor with the Clark County Water Reclamation District, will use its Insituform cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) technology for this project. Insituform CIPP is a jointless pipe-within-a-pipe with the capability to rehabilitate pipes ranging in diameter from 6- to 96-inches.
Eligie “Jack” Boatman has joined the management team at SAK Construction LLC, a national pipeline rehabilitation and tunneling industries contractor headquartered in the St. Louis area. Based in Mobile, AL, Boatman will manage SAK’s business development efforts in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi.
Boatman brings to SAK 13 years of experience in business management, community development, safety and training in the pipeline rehabilitation industry. His background also includes 27 years with McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Co., where he served in various engineering and upper management roles.
Boatman holds a master’s degree in management from Webster University and a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering from Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL. He also completed advanced studies in urban affairs at Saint Louis University.