Kana Pipeline Images
Underneath this street, on Crescent Drive, in front of Beverly Hills City Hall, exists a newly built 3-level underground parking garage. Kana Pipeline provided massive pipeline utility relocations necessary in order to build out this garage, and then installed new
This is one of several projects where Kana Pipeline's Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) Division contracted to locate and mark the underground utilities within a gas company facility.
This is an example of a new commercial construction project that has built several bioswales in its parking lot as part of its storm drainage system to reduce rainwater pollutants from entering American waters.
This is a close-up view of the special stamp that is embossed on extra strength vitrified clay (VCP) sewer pipe. You will also notice the grainier surface of the pipe material. Regular VCP has a smoother surface.
This is a piece of extra strength clay sewer pipe with the bell shaped end exposed. This pipe was specifically manufactured with more durable properties than the regular vitrified clay pipe (VCP).
Here is a VCP sewer pipe installation being connected to a PVC plastic sewer pipe cleanout. Usually, on private property, sewer pipe is converted from clay to plastic material. You will notice that the sewer pipe has two different ends.
This VCP sewer pipeline installation is connected to a blue plastic PVC cleanout pipe and is in the process of shading over with crushed rock.
Pipeline construction crew installing extra strength vitrified clay pipe (VCP) for a new residential construction project.
A Catch Basin is part of a storm drainage collection system. There two main type of catch basins: 1) curb inlet (a.k.a. curb opening) and 2) drop inlet catch basins. This is a Cal Trans-specific modified curb inlet catch basin,
Public works projects usually take place in the public right-of-ways, in street or highways, and in this case involve excavation for storm drain installation. Traffic control measures are necessary to maintain healthy flow of traffic and prevent backups.
Sand shading is a term used to indicate a process where sand, often imported, is poured over the top of a pipe several inches, per specifications, in an area called the "pipe zone."
This 48" reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) is being transported on a public works construction site for installation in the street to upgrade a city's current storm drainage systems.