City of Roseburg Starts with the Citywide Storm Rehabilitation Project of Installing CIPP

City of Roseburg Starts with the Citywide Storm Rehabilitation Project of Installing CIPP

September 16, 2019

The City of Roseburg has started its 2019 Storm rehabilitation project to install cured in place pipe (CIPP) liner on roughly 3,500 feet of existing storm drains city wide. The process of CIPP, a cost effective approach of extending the life of corroded and failing storm drains by more than 50 years, does not require trenching or excavations but will involve temporary traffic control for access to manholes.

The project will be an ongoing annual activity, proven to be effective in preventing sink holes and road damage from failed storm drainage lines. The project started this year is expected to be completed within three weeks.

The lining will take place at different places on different dates and some of the places to be named are Hickory Street, Roverridge Avenue, Lorraine Avenue, Willow Street, Oakland Avenue, Cedar Street, Chestnut Street, Black Avenue, Crouch Street, and Garden Valley.

Source: City of Roseburg

Author : Meha Prasad

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