The US$8.4 million sewer rehabilitation project along US 13 in Delaware, US is set to be finalised by the end of the year.
After years in planning, the US 13 Sewer Project, taking place in Dover, Delaware, launched in July and is on schedule to be finalised at the start of December 2019.
The project involves the sliplining installation of 4,572 m of small carrier pipe into a large host pipe, with no anticipated disruption of sewer services.
By using sliplining, the work will be able to occur in the median within the existing pipe, allowing the project limit traffic disruptions.
The project area and sequencing are split into three phases: Phase 1 is from Garden Lane to the Dover Mall Access Road; Phase 2 is from the Dover Mall Access Road to West Denney’s Road via the State Police Entrance location; and Phase 3 is West Denney’s Road.
During the project, temporary lane and turn lane closures will cause minimal disturbance to traffic.
The project began in July and is anticipated to take five months to complete.
For more information visit the US 13 Sewer Project.
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