Sewer & Manhole Rehabilitation - Phases 1 & 2
Project Owner: City of Glendale
Project Type: Construction Manager at Risk
Construction Dates: 04/11 to 10/11
The Sewer & Manhole Rehabilitation project consisted of various sanitary sewer lines, manholes, and structures that were rehabilitated, replaced, removed, or abandoned. The work took place at 22 locations throughout the City of Glendale. Approximately 10,748 LF of sanitary sewer lines constructed of lined/unlined RCP, DIP, PVC and VCP ranging from 8-inch to 48-inch were cleaned, videoed, removed, removed/replaced, abandoned/filled, sliplined, or lined with Ultraviolet Light Cured-In-Place Pipe (UV CIPP). Also, 68 manholes were removed, replaced, added, or rehabilitated. Work sites were located in the City of Glendale and the jurisdictions of ADOT, City of Phoenix, and BNSF Railroad. The project site scopes included sewer bypass pumping, civil and landscape restoration to accommodate the sewer line and manhole work, reinstatement of sewer laterals, top hat lateral seals and traffic control.
Read a poem written by Jayme E. Chapin, P.E. (Senior Civil Engineer with the City of Glendale) about this project.