Front Street & Mud Island Interceptor Rehabilitation Project
|Market:||Municipal Infrastructure Rehabilitation|
|Capability:||Pipeline Rehabilitation Solutions|
The scope of work for this project consisted of installing cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) in approximately 2,400 linear feet (LF) of a 60-inch diameter sewer main along the northern portion of the Mud Island Interceptor, located in Memphis, Tennessee.
The 60-inch diameter monolithic, reinforced-concrete pipe, built in 1977, serves as a critical trunk line for the city’s sanitary sewer network. Due to the shot lengths and diameter of the piping to be rehabilitated, the CIPP was installed using an over-the-hole wet out process and a water inversion/water cure installation.
580 Goddard Avenue
Chesterfield, MO 63005