Insituform Technologies bags two contracts in Hawaii $9.9 million

Insituform Technologies bags two contracts in Hawaii for $9.9 million

5:05 PM, 16th August 2011
Insituform Technologies bags two contracts in Hawaii for $9.9 million

 

ST LOUIS, US: Insituform Technologies Inc has been awarded two contracts valued approximately $9.9 million in total, to rehabilitate nearly 7,000 feet of pipeline for the city and county of Honolulu, Hawaii.

The first contract, the Waikiki sewer rehabilitation/reconstruction project, requires Insituform to install its cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) solution in approximately 3,700 feet of 10-inch to 24-inch diameter pipelines in Waikiki. Insituform also will install over 3,200 feet of 36-inch and 42-inch diameter pipelines for the Makaha interceptor sewer rehabilitation/replacement project. These projects are designed to structurally rehabilitate aging sewer lines in Waikiki and in the Makaha system.

“Since these projects are located near tourist shopping areas on Waikiki Beach and in residential areas near Waikiki, we expect to perform the installations at night as much as possible. Our focus will be to quickly complete this project in order to minimize any disruption to tourists and local businesses,” said Ken Foster, VP and General Manager, Insituform Technologies.

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