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LAYING OF SEWERS THROUGH OPEN CUT EXCAVATION

 

Where a clear route for pipe replacement or renovation via no-dig technologies cannot be achieved, inevitably more traditional open cut pipe laying methods will be required.

 

Whilst open cut pipe laying can cause considerable disruption on the surface and may require significantly more reinstatement than other methods, it does allow for the safe negotiation of existing underground obstacles.

 

The reason open-cut is so widely used is a simple matter of economics. In areas where surface damage is not an issue and where easements are not cluttered with utilities, open cut construction usually is the least expensive and most cost effective way to bury the pipe. Thatís true whether the job requires placing power & communication services to homes in new housing developments or building a cross-country pipeline. Residential, commercial & agricultural irrigation systems are placed in trench dug by trenchers.

 

Most water & sewer mains and pipe for storm sewers are placed in trench dug by excavators. For projects requiring the underground placement of very large diameter pipes, excavation may be the only way to do the job.

 

Trench less alternatives to excavation often are the answer in areas where existing utilities and the cost of restoration are factors, but the fact is a large portion of utility construction workload is not in such areas. Job conditions and cost factors dictate the method of construction.

 

 

WHEN TRENCHING RULES OVER TRENCHLESS
 

n  Total collapse of sewer

 

n  Bad/Wrong invert levels

 

n  Shallow with no environmental concerns

 

 

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