Sewer Rehabilitation Project Continues with Lane Closures
Contract crews with the City of Brentwood Water Services Department will begin work Friday, May 4, 2018 on Phase Three of the city’s sewer line rehabilitation project. The City of Brentwood awarded SAK Construction, LLC, based in Missouri, a $1,482,800 contract to rehabilitate old sewer pipes in various parts of the City.
Crews will be working at the intersection of Woodland Hills and Quail Valley Drive in the Fountainhead Subdivision starting around 8am on Friday and will continue throughout the entire day, weather permitting. Crews will be inserting a liner into existing sewer pipe, which then heats, and later hardens to prevent water from entering the sewer system. This is a trenchless process, meaning crews will not be digging but rather accessing manholes located in the roadway.
This is part of an ongoing project in the city since 2006 to replace old leaky sewer pipes and prevent sewer overflows near the Brentwood pumping station. The estimated cost of the overall rehabilitation program (2006 – 2018) is $30 million.