Granite Inliner, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Granite, has been awarded the Fletcher’s Creek Trunk Sewer and Maintenance Hole Rehabilitation Project by The Region of Peel, Canada.

The $12 million (Canadian dollars) contract will be booked into Granite’s third quarter 2020 backlog. The project will be completed by LiquiForce, Granite Inliner’s Canadian-based rehabilitation services company.

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The Fletcher’s Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer is a large diameter trunk sewer, approximately 4.1 km long, including 42 manholes and 41 sewer segments. The existing pipe is circular concrete installed between 2000 and 2006 and varies in sizes from 750 mm, 975 mm and 1,200 mm. LiquiForce will be responsible for the rehabilitation of 41 main line sewer segments as well as the rehabilitation of 42 maintenance holes.

“We look forward to continuing our relationship with The Region of Peel to rehabilitate their existing pipelines,” said Ralph Bonanotte, Granite regional vice president. “Our team is perfectly positioned to deliver this complex project on time and within budget.”

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Construction is scheduled to begin in August 2020 and is estimated to be complete in June 2021.

SOURCE – Granite