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Company received a $6 million contract from Scottsdale, Ariz., to rehabilitate wastewater pipelines
Insituform Technologies Inc. announced last week that it has received a contract extension from the city of Scottsdale, Ariz., valued at approximately $6 million for the cured-in-place pipe rehabilitation of 75,000 ft of small- and medium-diameter wastewater pipelines. This negotiated contract is the first one-year extension of the initial three-year term contract and provides the city the option to extend for a fifth year.
“Our work in Scottsdale allows us to rehabilitate valuable underground pipelines with minimal disruption to residents. Once rehabilitated, we expect this network of pipelines to last for several decades,” Insituform Vice President/General Manager Ken Foster said.
Insituform expects to conduct this work from September 2011 through mid-year 2012.