CIPP Sewer Pipe Lining Program
The cured-in-place (CIPP) lining is a process to rehabilitate existing sewer pipes, due to age, cracks or leaks. This rehabilitation is done to avoid having to replace the pipes and has been used for over 30 years throughout the United States.
What are the benefits of CIPP?
- CIPP allows for pipes to be rehabilitated in place of traditional open trench replacement that requires excavation and disturbs the surrounding neighborhoods and businesses.
- CIPP is less expensive than replacing the pipe.
- CIPP has a 50 year design life.
- CIPP is completed in 1-3 days versus 6-9 months for traditional open trench pipe replacement construction.
Impact to residents:
Projects are funded from sewer revenue which residents pay through their monthly sewer bills. The costs will not be assessed to your property.
Please limit your water use to a minimum when the crews are working on your block. Normal bathing and cooking for a family of five is fine, but maybe wait to wash clothes.
Pipe lining is a sanitary and storm sewer renovation. Pipe sections to be lined are in poor condition. Lining the pipe will add approximately 50 years of life to the pipe.
2018 Pipe Lining Locations
CIPP Sewer Pipe Lining Map & Schedule, Phase I-III
2017 Pipe Lining Locations
CIPP Sewer Pipe Lining Map & Schedule, Phases, I, II, III, & IV
2016 Pipe Lining Locations
CIPP Sewer Pipe Lining Map & Schedule, Phases I, II, III & IV
November 4, 2016: All CIPP lining phases are complete.
September 16, 2016: Phase IV will start on Monday, September 26.
August 10, 2016: Phase two installs will be complete after Monday, August 15. Phase III will start on Tuesday, August 16.
June 21, 2016: All CIPP lining Phase I installs are complete. Phase II installs start as of today.
August 20, 2018 Update: All installs of Phase II for this year are complete.
June 27, 2018 Update: All installs of Phase I for this year are complete.
Kevin Danen, Project Engineer; [email protected] or 612-673-5627
(Note: Project information may change due to scheduling, weather, or other factors outside of our control. Listings will be updated as new information becomes available.) Citizens concerned with pedestrian access during construction should contact the project manager directly.
Last updated Aug 21, 2018