Aegion bags Springfield’s $6.3 million rehabilitation contract

Aegion bags Springfield’s $6.3 million rehabilitation contract

6:27 AM, 22nd June 2012
Aegion bags Springfield’s $6.3 million rehabilitation contract

SAINT LOUIS, US: Insituform Technologies, a subsidiary of Aegion Corporation, has been awarded a $6.3 million contract from the city of Springfield, Missouri for the rehabilitation of over 114,000 feet of small, medium and large diametre sewer pipelines. The city of Springfield has initiated a four-year improvement plan valued at up to $30 million to eliminate infiltration issues impacting the integrity of its sewer pipelines.

This project is the first year of the planned improvements and will include sewer pipeline inspection using closed-circuit television, manhole rehabilitation and the installation of cured-in-place pipe on laterals and pipelines. The remaining three years of the improvement plan will include yearly contracts valued at up to $8 million per year. It is expected that each of these remaining contracts will be awarded through a standard competitive bidding process.

“We have been working with the city of Springfield since 1987 and are confident that our minimally disruptive products and services will continue to benefit the residents and businesses of Springfield. We look forward to continue working with the city on future pipeline projects as well,” said Kenneth Foster, Vice President and General Manager, Insituform North America.

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