SAK Construction Begins Multiple Baltimore/DC Area Pipeline Rehabilitation Projects
BALTIMORE, MD SAK Construction (SAK) is beginning work on $21.7 million of contracts won throughout the Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington D.C., regions. SAK is repairing the sewer and pipeline infrastructure in these metropolitan areas without excavation or disruption by utilizing state-of-the-art trenchless technologies, including CIPP (cured-in-place pipe) pipeline rehabilitation.
SAK was awarded the following projects as low bidder:
G100: Local Sewer Rehabilitation 1 - a $5.25 million contract for the rehabilitation of approximately 140 manholes and the replacement of existing sewer mains throughout the District of Columbia. Rehabilitation of Sewers Under Buildings Phase 2 - a $3.6 million contract for the structural repair of sanitary sewer and combined sewer and storm water pipes under buildings at 19 sites throughout the District of Columbia.
Herring Run Basin 31 - a $2.04 million contract for the rehabilitation of sewer lines in the Ridgeleigh Community, also known as "The Oaks," situated near Loch Raven Boulevard and Joppa Road. The project includes 23,251 linear feet of CIPP pipe rehabilitation and 1,109 vertical feet of manhole rehabilitation.
Stemmers Run Sewershed Rehabilitation - a $1.52 million contract for the rehabilitation of 23,665 linear feet of sewer pipeline and 882 vertical feet of manhole rehabilitation on the north east side of Baltimore city.
Jones Falls Basin BC09 Sewer Rehabilitation - a $2.74 million project located on the north side of Baltimore for the rehabilitation of sewer lines between I-83 North, I-695, Timonium Road and York Road. A train system bisects the work area. SC 937 Chesterfield Ave., Herring Run Sewershed - a $6.59 million contract to rehabilitate a segment of the sewer system in Baltimore city. SAK will use CIPP to line 11,861 linear feet of sewer line and install 249 vertical feet of new manholes, 1,191 linear feet of new 8-inch PVC pipe and 1,409 linear feet of new 16-inch ductile iron pipe.
These projects reflect strong national demand for pipeline rehabilitation resulting from America's aging infrastructure. Collapsing, malfunctioning or inadequate water mains, sanitary sewers and storm sewers produce a variety of serious problems and threaten the water supply.
To address these needs, while minimizing above-ground disruption, municipalities are seeking solutions like those offered by SAK Construction to provide the newest underground trenchless technologies for pipeline rehabilitation. When expansion of existing water, sewer and storm water systems is required, SAK provides large diameter tunneling services for 48-inch diameter up to 32-foot arch-shaped.