Granite announced that Granite Inliner, a wholly-owned subsidiary, was awarded $30 million in new projects during the fourth quarter of 2019.
The portfolio of new work includes short-term lining projects as well as larger-scale municipal and storm water system renewal solutions. Located throughout Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Texas and Canada, the projects serve various municipal, industrial and institutional clients.
Granite Inliner teams have successfully installed more than 35 million feet of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) throughout the United States and Canada. Performing project work in various geographic and climatic conditions, teams have rehabilitated both circular and noncircular piping structures ranging from 4-inch to 120-inch in diameter.
The CIPP process is highly cost effective compared to traditional pipe replacement. In addition, Granite Inliner crews maintain a small, efficient construction footprint at project sites, which helps to significantly reduce public inconvenience and environmental impacts.
One of the most value-added benefits to its customers is the increased protection of persons and property within their communities. Because CIPP lining is completed underground, from manhole to manhole, it greatly reduces the risk associated with traditional pipe replacement.