Progress Continues with Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitations in the Midwest

Nov 23

Progress Continues with Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitations in the Midwest

Many Midwestern cities have buckled down on preventing sewer overflows as this inconvenience can create a tall order for homeowners and those who oversee the functionality of the sewer systems. Indiana is one such state and is home to many interesting historical museums and places to sightsee. There’s even cross country skiing for the outdoor enthusiast. It also...

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Chicago Renews Brick Sewers, Installs New System

Jun 20

Chicago Renews Brick Sewers, Installs New System

The Chicago suburb of Niles is just getting started on the village’s largest infrastructure project to date: the Cleveland Relief Sewer Project. The project is intended to relieve flooding for 200 homes located near Cleveland Street. The project includes the installation of a new storm sewer with a 72-inch main line. The new storm water sewers will provide...

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Sewer Work Advisory for Chicago and Suburb

Feb 25

Sewer Work Advisory for Chicago and Suburb

An extensive infrastructure project on Elgin’s northeast side will rehab streets that are deteriorating, such as part of Plum Street.  Plum, St. John and adjacent side streets were largely developed in the late 1800s, with the sewer and water mains most likely dating back to the 1920s – 1940s.  Tasks that are being renovated include replacing curb and...

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Naperville Ups the Ante on Pipeline Rehabs

Nov 12

Naperville Ups the Ante on Pipeline Rehabs

Naperville has been battling storm water inflow and infiltration in the city’s sanitary sewer collections system for years. With this in mind, the city has decided on a new approach to pipeline rehab which includes some new techniques along with some adaptations to other methods they have long relied on. Naperville’s efforts have equaled reduced flows to the...

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South Beloit Reviews Sewer Upgrade Options

Sep 11

South Beloit Reviews Sewer Upgrade Options

The South Beloit Wastewater Treatment Plant is considering just what needs to be done to make adequate and purposeful revisions to an aging sewer infrastructure. While there have been expansions on an average of every 11 years, it has been approximately 30 years since a major overhaul. One issue the sanitary sewer system in South Beloit has faced for years, is the...

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Dozer Park Multi Faceted Sewer System

Aug 11

Dozer Park Multi Faceted Sewer System

The quaint Illinois City of Peoria is home to the impressive Dozer Park and with the summer here, there are a multitude of options for baseball fans and anyone who wants to spend some quality time outdoors. Did you know that the Park has 8″ sod mixture, 90% of which is sand? Underneath that “well played” idea is 6′ of gravel with drainage tiles that...

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