DC Water

Key Features

  • Structural Rehabilitation 2,535LF of 8-inch through 18-inch diameter of combined sewer by cured-in-place liner
  • Heavy cleaning of 100LF of 12-inch diameter sewer and epoxy lining of 28 manholes
  • Assisted with CCTV inspection
  • Repairs significantly enhanced sewer flows, minimized backups, and restored sewer lines

Services Rendered

  • Program/Project Management
  • Construction Management
  • Professional Engineering
  • Resident Engineering and Inspection
  • Public Outreach 
  • Agency/Utility Coordination
  • Contractor Submittal Reviews
  • As-Built Services

District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority

Water/Wastewater | Construction Management | Survey Services | Site/Civil Engineering | Transportation/Traffic | Structural
/Portals/0/UltraPhotoGallery/933/58/thumbs/3.Sewer Lining coming out of the manhole.JPG
Sewer Lining coming out of the manhole
11/25/2008 3:31:00 PM
3/11/2009 9:40:00 AM
1/27/2009 6:22:00 AM
1/26/2009 11:21:00 PM
10/31/2008 10:35:00 AM

Georgetown Sewer Rehabilitation

Washington, DC

As part of District of Columbia’s Water and Sewer’s Clean Rivers Project, Bryant provided construction management services for the structural rehabilitation of 2,535 linear feet (LF) of 8-inch through 18-inch diameter combined sewer by cured-in-place liner. The project also consisted of heavy cleaning of 100 LF of 12-inch diameter sewer as well as the epoxy lining of 28 manholes. Additionally, Bryant assisted with the CCTV inspection of this project.

Upon completion, the repairs significantly enhanced sewer flows, minimized backups, and restored sewer lines to their original structural ability. Additionally, the project was completed 18 days ahead of schedule. This project was located in the heart of downtown Washington DC and included close coordination with various entities within this high-end neighborhood.

Download the project sheet here: DC Water Georgetown Sewer

© , Bryant Associates Inc, BA Engineers Site Map | Privacy | Contact Us