Irondequoit Bay Pump Station Force Main Improvements
Warren's approved applicator completes steel rehabilitation when abandoned by the previous lining applicator
Villager Construction subcontracted Warren’s master applicator, A&W Maintenance, to rehabilitate Pure Water’s Irondequoit Bay Pump Station Force Main using our 301-14 epoxy product. The project was abandoned by another lining applicator and was entering the liquidated damages phase for Villager Construction.
A&W Maintenance completed the job by lining approximately 2,600 LF of 30, 42, and 60-inch steel pipe with 175-200 mils of Warren’s 301-14 epoxy. A&W technicians completed the project within the remaining three-week window, saving Villager Construction from being penalized.
The project received the Project of the Year Award from the American Public Works Association’s New York Chapter. The criteria were based on the alliance between the managing agency, engineer, and contractor working together to lead to a successfully completed public works project.
I am writing to extend a "job well done" to Warren Environmental on the Irondequoit Bay Pump Station Force Main Project. Villager Construction of Fairport, New York subcontracted with A&W Maintenance in January to rehabilitate Pure Water's Irondequoit Bay pump station force main using Warren Environmental's epoxy products. A&W lined approximately 2,600 LF of 42- and 60-inch steel pipe with 175-200 mils of 301-14 and 301-18 epoxy.
We believe that your product will offer a superior, long-term solution for this critical asset. We look forward to the continued performance of this product and are currently evaluating other potential uses throughout our wastewater collection and treatment system. Again, thank you for your involvement in the successful completion of a very important and challenging project!