Insituform, a subsidiary of Aegion, has been award a cured-in-place pipe rehabilitation contract worth US$5 million in Arizona, US.
The City of Phoenix contract includes the rehabilitation of more than 50 km of 8 to 15 inch (203 to 381 mm) of wastewater pipeline using Insituform® CIPP.
“Insituform has rehabilitated over 75 miles (121 km) of pipelines in the City of Phoenix over the past three years,” said Aegion President and CEO Charles R Gordon.
“Our local operations team has done an exemplary job strengthening our relationship with the City of Phoenix as well as with Dibble Engineering, the city’s consulting engineering firm.
“We remain committed to continuing this strong project management and operational support throughout the duration of this project.”
It is the third consecutive term contract awarded to Insituform by the municipality.
According to the company, work on the project is expected to begin in mid-2019.
For more information visit the Insituform website.
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