Scope Of Work
- Feasibility study and report
- Corridor evaluation
- Force main design
- Force main rehabilitation
- Stakeholder and utility coordination
- Construction administration and inspection
Entellus conducted a feasibility study for the rehabilitation for the reconstruction of the Layton Lakes Dual Force Mains (14” & 18” concrete-lined DIP).
The previous water line was approximately 13,500 linear feet. Five pipe technologies were assessed including HDPE slip-lining, Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP), new PVC, new HDPE replacement and pipe-bursting. The results from this study led to the recommendation of a combination or replacement (~1,466 liner feet) and rehabilitation (~10,643 liner feet) for a total of approximately 2.3 miles of piping. The project also included the complete removal and replacement of the existing 13 underground vault structures. Following design, Entellus performed construction administration and inspection services for this project.