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Storm Pipe Relining (Cured-in-Place Pipe Lining) FY 2016

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Storm Pipe Relining (Cured-in-Place Pipe Lining) FY 2016

  1. 1. Storm Pipe Relining (Cured-in-Place Pipe Lining) FY 2016 Countywide Project No. SD-000034-018 Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Working for You! A Fairfax County, VA, publication August 2016 1
  2. 2. Project Details Description: The Maintenance and Stormwater Management Division completed 7,187 linear feet (1.36 miles) of stormwater conveyance system cured-in-place pipe lining projects during Fiscal Year 2016. Liners from 15 to 33 inches in diameter were installed within 51 deteriorating storm pipe segments to extend the service life and minimize potential failure of the storm pipes. Trenchless technology methods were used on these pipe segments to avoid land disturbance, tree removal, and minimize conflicts with utilities. In some cases, the soil types and pipe depths would have resulted in excavating near dwelling foundations. Project Overview:  Lined 7,187 linear feet (1.36 miles) of stormwater conveyance system cured-in-place pipe lining DPWES Project Team:  Project Managers: Bobby Kerns, Jack Meritt and Jonathan Murray, MSMD  Contractor: Pleasants Construction, Inc.  Construction Inspection: Tom Cameron, MSMD Maintenance and Stormwater Management Division 2 FY 2016 Storm Pipe Relining
  3. 3. Maintenance and Stormwater Management Division Project Locations, Tax Map: Countywide 7,187 linear feet (1.36 miles) of storm sewer cured-in-place pipe lining were completed during FY 2016 in several areas within the County: Anna Ct Leafcrest Ln Arlington Blvd Lee Hwy Bent Tree Cir Lewis Chapel Rd Bent Tree Ln Little Hunting Creek Dr Boat Dock Dr Marblestone Dr Bosworth Ct Meadowstream Ct Brocketts Crossing New Banner Ln Buckman Rd Nightingale Ct Burke Woods Dr Norton Rd Colt Ln Overlake Ct Deerwatch Dr Rochambeau Pl Donna Cir Rolling Knoll Ct Eakin Park Ct Springwood Meadow Ln Fair Ridge Dr Station Valley Dr Fairview Park Dr Stourhead Ct Garden Station Ln Tapestry Dr Glade Spring Dr Tatnuck Ct Gray Post Ct Trevino Ln Green Post Ct Whitcomb Pl Hagel Cir Wooded Glen Ave Henson Ct Yarn Ct 3 FY 2016 Storm Pipe Relining
  4. 4. Before After FY 2016 Storm Pipe Relining Maintenance and Stormwater Management Division Typical improvement to storm pipe by inserting the liners. The liners seal pipe separations and openings from damage or corrosion, and restore structural stability to the deteriorating pipe material, extending the service life by at least 50 years. Before and After Pipe Lining 4
  5. 5. Pre-Lining Pipe Conditions Flooded water height Maintenance and Stormwater Management Division Leafcrest Ln, Cub Run Springfield District Whitcomb Pl, Four Mile Run Dranesville District Eakin Park Ct, Accotink Creek Providence District Crushed concrete pipe Roots growing in joints Broken and missing pipe Greentree Dr, Cameron Run Mason District Deteriorated bottom of corrugated metal pipe 5 FY 2016 Storm Pipe Relining
  6. 6. Pre-Lining Pipe Conditions Maintenance and Stormwater Management Division Arlington Blvd (Service road), Cameron Run Mason Vernon District Overlake Ct, Pohick Creek Springfield District Little Hunting Creek Dr, Little Hunting Creek Mount Vernon District Hole and missing pipe Broken pipe and seepage Large joint separation Tatnuck Ct, Horsepen Creek Hunter Mill District Joint seepage and holes 6 FY 2016 Storm Pipe Relining
  7. 7. Maintenance and Stormwater Management Division For additional Information, contact Irene Haske, Public Information Officer 703-324-5821, TTY 711 SWPDmail@fairfaxcounty.gov www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes FY 2016 Storm Pipe Relining 7 Additional Information

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