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PROJECT UPDATE

Updated:

First Post:

November 1, 2018

September 12, 2017

Contact:

Jeff McLaughlin
(617) 305-5762, Jeffrey.McLaughlin@mwra.com


Update for MWRA Reading Extension Sewer Rehabitation
(MWRA Contract 7164)

propoed project work area

Proposed project plan and location

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About this Project:

This project is in design and will take place in Reading. Planned work will include the rehabilitation of 13,100 feet of sewer pipe and 62 manholes and structures with cured-in-place lining. It also includes bypass pumping and flow diversion and coordination with MWRA's Northern Intermediate High, Eversouce Energy and Rail Trail Projects.

For more information, please contact Jeff McLaughlin at (617) 305-5762, or by email at Jeffrey.McLaughlin@mwra.com.

Project Updates

November 1, 2018

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Upcoming Work

  • RETV pipelines
  • Repair defective CIPP
  • Followed by manhole rehab
  • CIPPL install complete

Manhole rehabilitation

CIPP spot repair

October 2, 2018

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Upcoming Work

  • RETV pipelines repairs
  • Manhole rehab

Special repair - drilling access holes

Manhole frame and cover replacement

September 1, 2018

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Upcoming Work

  • RETV pipelines repairs
  • Manhole rehab
  • CIPPL install completed

Progress Photos

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progress photo 2

June 1, 2018

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Upcoming Work

Approximately 4,000 linear feet of CIP inversions remain, followed by manhole rehabilitation


Progress Photo

CIPP inversion at cemetery

CIPP inversion at cemetery

May 4, 2018

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Progress Photos

Progress photo

Sewer preliner

Curing liner in place

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Updated: November 7, 2018
Original Post: September 12, 2017