Aegion’s subsidiary Insituform Technologies has been awarded the Baltimore County, Maryland, valued at more than US$4 million.
Insituform will rehabilitate 78,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer main using trenchless technology, including 8-18 inch (203-457 mm) cured-in-place (CIPP) pipe.
The project will take place in the community of Essex, with Aegion saying the no-dig rehabilitation method will reduce costs for the county and minimise disruptions to the residents.
Crews will also perform 3,200 vertical feet of manhole rehabilitation and complete 322 lateral seals using full circumferential CIPP liner.
Aegion says Insituform has won the last three large scale projects presented for bid in the county, and that the latest winning proposal will see at least 25 per cent of the work performed with support from local, minority-owned enterprises.
The project is expected to begin later this year and conclude by the end of 2021.
For more information visit the Aegion website.
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