Sanitary Sewer Improvements (Phase 1-4)
The design of this multi-phased sewer improvement project, included televised inspection and analysis of approximately 196,500 linear feet of pipe, the preparation of the contract documents for the replacement of 5,400 linear feet of pipe and the lining of approximately 22,000 linear feet of existing sewer. Ground penetrating radar (GPR) was utilized to determine the depth and location of utilities during design in order to minimize utility conflicts during construction.
Portions of the pipe alignment were situated in unsuitable soil. It was also necessary to provide for testing and disposal of soil in accordance with State regulations.
Since this project was funded by the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust (NJEIT), Boswell's responsibilities further required the preparation of the planning document, loan application and administration of the loan throughout the construction phase. As a requirement of the NJEIT loan, Boswell was also responsible for the preparation of an Asset Management Plan, including asset inventory, life of service, prioritization assessment, life cycle costing and funding.