2012-Projects of the Year
2012 REHAB WINNER: Sewer Rehabbed Using Design-Build & Sliplining
For one California sewer district, its inaugural use of design-build on a trenchless project led to a savings of more than $3 million in costs and one year from an expedited timeframe to get the project done and operational.
2012 REHAB RUNNER UP: Pipeline Condition Assessment
The City of Raymore, Mo., and PICA USA conducted an inspection of a 24-in. wastewater force main in December 2011. The purpose of this project was to measure the remaining wall thickness of the pipe so that the city could improve its asset management.
2012 REHAB HONORABLE MENTION
• Pasco Water Main Repair
2012 NEW INSTALL WINNER: Record-Setting Lake Houston HDD Project
Projects that involve record-setting lengths tend to get some attention. But when you look further into such a project’s details, that’s where the crux of any award-winning and challenging project is found.
2012 NEW INSTALL RUNNER UP: Upper Northwest Interceptor Section 9 and Associated NEA Projects
The Upper Northwest Interceptor Section 9 and Associated NEA Projects (UNWI 9) involved the installation of 32,660 ft of new 36- and 24-in. interceptor and trunk sewer for the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (SRCSD) and the Sacramento Area Sanitation District (SASD), in Sacramento County, Calif.
• Shively Interceptor Project