Ahead of Schedule & Under Budget – A+

Tri-State UtilitiesAs Virginia Beach Public Schools and their infrastructure continue to age, there is an increasing need to perform long-term maintenance of school grounds. This summer, five different schools were identified and Tri-State Utilities installed 8″ CIPP (Cured-In-Place Pipe) to extend the useful life of the sanitary sewer system by at least another 50 years.

Maintaining safe, appropriate learning environments for our children is important. Timely maintenance and upgrades to the facilities is critical. There was a push to complete work at all five schools prior to orientation and schools starting September 6th. As it worked out, Tri-State Utilities finished nearly two weeks prior to the start of school and under budget! Credit for early completion and coming in under budget goes to Virginia Beach Schools Superintendent – Mike Shugrue, and Tri-State Utilities’ Project Manager / Engineer – Jonathan Thomas. As Mike Shugrue stated, “Tri-State Utilities did an outstanding job. Jonathan and I communicated very well and crews got the work done in a timely manner. The project could not have gone any better.”

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