Project Update - February 14, 2020. See Project Updates below.
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Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) is making improvements to aging and deteriorating regional sanitary sewer facilities that serve homes and businesses in Chanhassen. The project is scheduled to take place from January 2020 to June 2020.
The project will use the cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) method which installs an inverted liner into the existing pipe structure. This method minimizes surface impacts and reduces costs when compared to a full pipe replacement. Maintenance holes will be repaired or replaced as necessary. Excavations will be needed at several maintenance holes to install the new sewer liner and as part of rehabilitation. A temporary conveyance system will be installed above ground for use during the CIPP installation.
Chanhassen Interceptor Rehabilitation Project Information Sheet and Map (PDF)
Contractor Bid Award: December 2019
Notice to Proceed: January 2020
Construction: January 2020 - June 2020
Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) Process
To learn more about the sewer rehabilitation process, construction practices, and restoration efforts that will be utilized for this project, see the interactive guided map tour of the cured-in-place pipe process that was prepared for the Phalen Saint Paul Sewer Rehabilitation Project.
Project Manager: Chad Davison, Principal Engineer, Interceptor Engineering
Council's Authorized Representative: Kim Sanders, Principal Contract Administrator, Construction Services