Structural Rehabilitation of Sewer Manholes
Structural Rehabilitation of Sewer Manholes

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Project Details

Project: Rehabilitation of sewer manholes

Client: Municipality of Hardenberg

Contract Duration: 9 weeks

Scope of Works: Rehabilitation of 13 sewage network manholes and long term protection from H2S gasses

A series of manholes (13 pcs) of the sewage network at the Municipality of Hardenberg suffered internal loss of cross-section due to high levels of H2S Gas present, mainly from an incoming pressure pipeline. In order to avoid further deterioration of the manholes the pressure pipeline was permanently rerouted to another manhole.

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