Village of Kenmore Seeks Bids for CIPP Rehabilitation Project

Jul 02

Village of Kenmore Seeks Bids for CIPP Rehabilitation Project

The Village of Kenmore is preparing for a major sewer and manhole rehabilitation project. The Village of Kenmore is currently accepting proposals until July 12. The project involves the trenchless CIPP method of lining sewer mains and lateral lining 5’ from the main. Sewer mains consist of approximately 3,700 linear feet of 12” pipe, 3,000 linear feet of 15”...

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Underground Dwellings in the Big Apple: Water and Sewer Infrastructure Upgrades

Apr 24

Underground Dwellings in the Big Apple: Water and Sewer Infrastructure Upgrades

Recently, a $71 million reconstruction project was completed in the New York City borough of Queens that comprised of thousands of feet in new sewer line and water mains to be installed. Crews wrapped up six years of work in installing more than 7,700 linear feet of storm sewers, which should help improve drainage in Flushing, Whitestone and College Point. The city...

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Upstate NY Plans Extensive Upgrades to Storm Water Systems

Jul 03

Upstate NY Plans Extensive Upgrades to Storm Water Systems

Particular cities in upstate New York have had similar, as well as, troubling issues with their sewer systems. The dilemmas range from flooding- which has led to overflowing sewers, damaged homes and property, as well as unsafe roadways. Such is the unfortunate case in Lake Ontario’s southern edge, as the flooding has been more aggressive than usual, even...

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New York’s Uncommon Initiative to Control Contaminants in Waterways

May 11

New York’s Uncommon Initiative to Control Contaminants in Waterways

Many New York Municipalities are finding unusual ways to bring their water systems up to date all while remaining conscientious of the environment. However, there are still some communities that are still struggling with the ongoing dilemma of the problem of sewage pouring out into waterways during rainfalls. This has brought an increasing concern for health related...

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Saratoga Springs: Sewer Sustainability, Stakes, and Steed

Aug 26

Saratoga Springs: Sewer Sustainability, Stakes, and Steed

Thoroughbred racing at Saratoga Race Course began in 1863 and attracts 900,000 to 1 million people each year. The comprehensive 337-acre grounds along Union Avenue is the oldest race track in the United States. It’s a luxury for some, a necessity for others with the Saratoga’s 40-day season beginning July 22 and ending Sept. 7.  It is quite an awe-inspiring...

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