SAK Construction Nears Completion of $2.9 Million Wastewater Pipeline Rehab Contract for DC Water and Sewer Authority

SAK Construction Nears Completion of $2.9 Million Wastewater Pipeline Rehab Contract for District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority

Project: Rehabilitation of the Potomac Interceptor, Near Waxpool Road, located in Dulles, Va.

 

BALTIMORE – SAK Construction, LLC, (SAK) is nearing completion of a $2.9 million contract for the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) to install 4,800 linear feet of 48-inch cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) in sanitary sewer lines that run under the 1757 Golf Club in Dulles, Virginia. The Atlantic Division office of SAK, one of the fastest-growing pipeline rehabilitation and tunneling contractors in the U.S., is located in Arbutus, Maryland, and is overseeing the project. 

According to Bob Stier, Atlantic Division general manager, the project required SAK to install the CIPP liner through two existing manholes and complete the entire project in only 240 days, without disturbing the golf course. The project, which involves a segment of DC Water’s Potomac Interceptor sanitary sewer system, is scheduled for completion in February 2015, five months ahead of schedule.“This was a challenging project that required SAK to configure the necessary bypass pipelines in a way that would not impact the surrounding areas or operations of the golf course,” Stier said. “With our seasoned team of CIPP professionals, we achieved this and have handled additional complexities of the project without delays or disruptions.” 

Based in O’Fallon, Missouri, and with additional regional offices in Sacramento, California, and Nashville, Tennessee, SAK is active across the U.S. The company solves the challenge of maintaining and restoring aging water and sanitary infrastructure for the municipal, energy and industrial markets.  With industry leading experience and a commitment to service excellence, SAK is a trusted partner helping customers worldwide renew, protect and expand their pipeline infrastructure.