Kana Pipeline Images
When working in the street, pipeline construction companies use several shading techniques to sand over new pipe installation.
Here is a water pipeline trench paved over with temporary asphalt, which is typically used in lieu of permanent asphalt since an entire new road will be paved shortly afterwards.
There are various traffic cone sizes used to direct traffic towards safe passages and away from construction work zones.
Various traffic control measures must be in place whenever working in the public right of way to help protect pedestrians and drivers in a construction work zone.
Shown here is a portion of concrete in the street that was saw cut around a sewer manhole to prepare for a new sewer line installation.
This vitrified clay pipe (VCP) sewer lateral line had to connect to the mainline in the street and cross under an existing ductile iron pipe (DIP) water main in order to install a sewer system for an apartment complex.
Soils Tech Engineer testing the dirt soil compaction of a freshly excavated and compacted detention pit that Kana dug.
Kana Structure Crew prefabricated these rectangular reinforced concrete 48" x 78" structures on premises for storm drain vaults needed on a residential project elsewhere due to space restrictions.
Shown here is " crushed rock bedding used in detention drainage pit prior to installation of drainage chambers.
Remote or "walk-behind" vibratory compaction roller used to compact bottom of future storm drainage detention basin pit.
Shown here is the shaft and base of a newly lined sewer manhole in the City of Los Angeles.
Live sewer flowing through this lined manhole bottom shown here installed in City of Los Angeles.