Manhole: rehab systems

The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission seeks bidders on work including a collection of detailed repair, rehabilitation and replacement tasks within residential areas. This is the first of a series of up to six contracts the commission will publicize via its Central Bidder Registration system. Contractors wishing to submit bids or receive information on future projects should register at the commission's website, Solicitations are available from the project’s website, http://www.wsscwater.com/business/cbr/.

With its fast and simple installation in 15 minutes or less, the Easy Riser manhole systems made of 100 percent recycled tires, prevents storm water infiltration, absorbs vehicle impact to protect the structure, leads to a smooth road surface and is competitively priced to steel lid risers.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Manholes are critical assets of the nation's underground wastewater infrastructure. Recently updated manhole inspection and rehabilitation guidelines are aimed at improving manhole structural integrity by identifying issues and the appropriate methods of repairing and rehabilitation so that timely maintenance prevents major problems.

Like many other communities across the country, Fishers, IN, a suburb of Indianapolis, is in the process of upgrading their aging sewer infrastructure: replacing miles of sewer lines and manholes, and installing new lift stations.

Containment Solutions’ non-corroding fiberglass rehabilitation manhole is designed to fit within an existing concrete, brick or pre-cast manhole -- installation has never been easier or faster.

The Metro Wastewater Reclamation District (MWRD) of Denver, CO, successfully completed a significant manhole rehabilitation project on its South Thornton Interceptor this past summer.

With the new SL 1000 Manhole System, egeplast provides a monolithic wastewater manhole made from PE material.

One person can now remove and replace manhole covers quickly, safely and magnetically.

Ed Kampbell, P.E.

In May 2008, the Virginia Department of Transportation issued the results of a study “to evaluate the potential for impacts on water quality from use of the steam cured CIPP process.”

Reno, NV, offers many attractions to live up to its billing as “The Biggest Little City In The World.” When choosing a contractor for a sewer rehabilitation project that involved both busy downtown and more remote idyllic settings, city of Reno engineers selected cured in place pipe (CIPP) specialist PIPEnology to avoid disrupting the city’s activities.

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