Other Infrastructure Works

Other Infrastructure Works

Open drain Construction & Pipe Line Construction

Open drain construction

Open drain construction pertains to all aspects of installing and maintaining storm water drainage systems. These systems are a vital aspect of wastewater management and aid in protecting communities and infrastructure against flooding.

Concrete storm drain construction is a specialized field that requires contractors to undergo extensive training. The process of developing drainage systems requires a collaborative effort amongst project owners, design engineers.

Municipal drainage systems are designed by civil engineers. Systems must comply with state and federal water management practices, as well as guidelines established by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Engineers create blueprints based on land surveys and data collected through subsurface utility engineering. Systems include an elaborate network of concrete catch basins, underground water pipes, storm drain chambers, retention or detention ponds, and outlet pipes.

Storm drain construction involves clearing and excavating the site where the drainage system will be installed. When drainage systems are positioned in locations that are a considerable distance from the point of discharge, storm water can be redirected to detention ponds where is it stored for release at a later time.

Concrete drainage systems are comprised of minor and major systems that work together or independently. Minor systems are used to collect and convey storm water runoff through storm drains, water pipes, channels, swales, and inlets. Major systems take over anytime water levels exceed the capacity of minor systems.

Two crucial elements of concrete storm drain structures are water accumulation and flow rates. Determining the rate at which storm water accumulates aids in figuring out the size of pipes required to regulate flow rates through underground water pipes.

Understanding water flow rates is essential for storm drain engineers to determine which kind of street gutter is required. This apparatus is used to accommodate open channel flow rates to ensure the system can handle the amount of water that enters the system.

In addition to conveying storm water runoff that accumulates on ground surfaces, drainage systems also carry away all types of pollutants and debris until it is released via outlet pipes into retention ponds or large bodies of water.

Sewer line and sanitary sewer system installation and maintenance are critical to public and environmental safety. Igiene Pipeline has a knowledgeable team with broad experience in residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and municipal sewer installation. While we are not sewage system designers, we work closely with civil engineers to provide value engineering in both public and private sectors.

We specialize in installation of new sewer main lines, private sewer lateral lines and sewer manholes. We excel at main sewer line street work and associated traffic control which is necessary with sewer design and installation. We are capable of building manholes in-house; eliminating unnecessary, costly delays.

Igiene Pipeline caters to repair needs of existing sewer lines and provides sewer line replacement and repair services. Sewer pipes and cleanouts are installed and inspected, air or water tested, balled, flushed, and mandrelled as required. Sewer pipe lines and sewer pump /sewer lift stations are laid on required grades designed and installed in a safe and proficient manner.

Some residential sewer systems use septic systems to remove waste, while modern residential communities have complex systems of combined sewer lines that tie into municipal sewage systems.

Commercial sewer systems range from small office buildings to large shopping complexes or even theme parks. Each project requires a road map of sewer pipes, main sewer lines, and other forms of combined sewage systems to effectively carry waste to designated treatment plants.

Industrial sewer systems must be extremely precise and meet stringent requirements based on local municipal, California state, federal government, or EPA standards. At Igiene Pipeline, we understand sewer systems and have the working knowledge and required expertise to work with extreme precision and adhere to stringent requirements.

Municipal and government sewer systems and projects are the most critical part of our environment. Igiene Pipeline possesses years of experience in large-scale municipal roadway construction projects requiring complex installation and engineered shoring for deep sewer main line trenching and installation, manhole building, sewer pump / lift stations, cleanouts and the like.

We are proficient in deep trench installations and have installed sewers ranging from 2- to 30-inches in size and depths of 30-feet. Public safety, environmental safety, and preservation of natural resources all play a role in sewer system design.

Igiene Pipeline is always concerned about our environment and is an industry leader in value engineering and installation. Our project management team will keep your project on schedule by eliminating delays due to costly errors in logistics and information gathering, and ensure strict compliance to local codes from start to finish.

Industry, local municipal and federal standards are always critical to follow and Igiene Pipeline works diligently to maintain a high level of compliance with all city, county, state and federal agencies in adhering to building and construction codes and standards.