Franklin, VA

As our infrastructure ages, the roadways and sewer systems are deteriorating and losing integrity. Maintaining these systems is a major challenge. Today, perhaps more than ever, keeping our infrastructure safe with limited financial resources requires innovative solutions. Replacement can be costly and time consuming. Tri-State Utilities has been awarded a project in Franklin, Va. to rehabilitate 17,000 lf of sanitary sewer with CIPP (Cured-In-Place-Pipe) using its air inversion steam cure installation method. In addition, Tri-State Utilities will internally reinstate approximately 225 service laterals using robotic cutters. Craig Welsh, Project Manager for Tri-State Utilities, notes how smoothly the job is progressing because of the great working relationship with Russ Pace, Public Works Director, as well as Steve Watson, Utility Superintendent for the City of Franklin, Va. Work on this project began in July and expected to be completed by September of this year.

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