George & Associates, Consulting Engineers, Inc. worked with the City of Starke on a sewer rehabilitation project that was completed in three phases.
Phase 1 began in 2003 and consisted of CCTV, Smoke Testing, Flow Monitoring of approximately 34,100 lineal feet of existing sanitary sewer and man-hole rehabilitation of approximately 139 manholes.
Phase 2 was the review and preparation of Construction Documents for 28,405 linear feet of sewer rehabilitation. The final construction plans incorporated rehabilitation techniques such as Cured-In-Place Pipe (C.I.P.P.) lining, the use of “T” Liners, lateral reconstruction, repairing of structural deficiencies, rehabilitating manholes, installation of new manholes, and pipe bursting.
Phase 3 of Starke’s Citywide sewer rehabilitation was the abandonment of approximately 79 residential septic tank systems and the construction of 17,644 lineal feet of a gravity sewage collection and conveyance system. Design elements included on-site grinder stations, utility relocation, roadway reconstruction development of plans for sewer connections to each residential home and construction administration services.