Insituform Wins $5.1 M Contract in Clark County
Insituform Technologies, Inc. announced on May 27 that it has been awarded an additional $5.1 million contract for a sewer pipe rehabilitation project for Nevada’s Clark County Water Reclamation District.
The company will begin work on this project this month and will rehabilitate approximately 23,000 feet of 15- to 48-inch diameter sewer pipes. This project is in addition to the company’s recently announced contract award of $13 million from Clark County for the rehabilitation of 14,000 feet of large-diameter sewer pipes.
“Clark County Water Reclamation District understands the importance of asset management and the benefits of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation.
Since 2005, Insituform has been awarded eight sewer rehabilitation projects with the county, and we are pleased to continue our ongoing relationship with them,” said Joe Lane, general manager for Insituform’s West Region. “Our project management and execution teams will work with Clark County to ensure the successful completion of these projects.”
Insituform, a pre-qualified contractor with the district, will use its Insituform® cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) technology for this project.