The Silver Lining is Slip Lining!

Mon, 05/22/2023

By Karl Stephens, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
General Manager/COO

Southeast Pipe currently is working on the repair and cured-in-place (CIPP) lining of the damaged storm drain pipes located on Priest Landing Drive in the Marshwood area of the community. The storm drain system in Marshwood, the oldest phase in the community, has aged to a point where many storm drain pipes have failed due to root intrusions or separation of pipe, or are on the verge of failing as a direct result of their age (45 years old).

No worries...there is a silver lining to this issue. CIPP technology, which lines the pipes with a fiberglass material, has a guaranteed lifespan of 40 years and allows for a less intrusive impact on the property owners in and around the repair areas along with a significant reduction in restoration costs. Southeast Pipe will repair the storm drain pipes in two phases, for a total project cost of $713,493.

Join Construction Manager Bill Campbell and me as we talk with Southeast Pipe’s Project Manager Stacy Paschall about this work.

Click here to watch the video.   

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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