Granite Inliner, a wholly owned subsidiary of Granite, has begun work on recently awarded trenchless water and wastewater projects throughout North America.
The $30 million portfolio of work includes short-term lining projects and larger scale municipal and storm water system renewal solutions in Colorado, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Texas and Canada.
Granite Inliner has already successfully installed more than 35 million ft (9.1 million m) of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) throughout North America, as well as rehabilitating both circular and noncircular piping structures ranging from 4-120 inch (101-3048 mm) in diameter.
CIPP is a highly cost-effective process and greatly reduces the risks associated with traditional pipe replacement, as the lining is completed underground from manhole to manhole.
Additionally, Granite Inliner crews can maintain small construction footprints at project sites, significantly helping to reduce environmental and social impacts.
As the project works are in various geographic and climatic conditions, environmental protection is a major concern.
For the various municipal, industrial and institutional clients that the projects are serving, another vital value-added benefit of CIPP is the increased protection of both persons and property within the communities.
For more information visit the Granite website.
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