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Sewer Pipeline

Orange colored pipe is typically made of vitrified clay pipe (VCP) material and is a prime indicator that this pipeline is a sewer-specific wet utility pipeline system. ...

Wet Utility Contractors

Wet utility contractors, like Kana Pipeline, can install water pipeline, sewer and storm drainage systems. Here, Kana Pipeline is digging with an excavator to install sewer pipeline for a new building add-on to an existing building. ...

Tunnel Spoil

This is the spoil of soil collected underground in the adjacent bore pit. Pipeline construction crews are working to bore and tunnel an 84" steel pipeline casing underneath railroad tracks that cross this pipeline at a perpendicular angle. Within this...

Muck Bowl

A muck bowl is a term used in construction boring and tunneling operations for the container that carries excess soil from underground pipeline tunneling operations. ...

Tunnel Bore

This is an 84" steel pipe casing which is being used to install 60" reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) which will run underneath a railroad track, to provide storm drainage pipeline service from a local airport. ...

Tunneling

Here, Kana Pipeline is boring and tunneling underneath a railroad near the Riverside Airport to extend a 60" reinforced concrete (RCP) storm drain pipeline within an 84" steel casing. ...

Subsurface Utility Engineering Companies

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. ...

Shield Safety

Construction shields are used in pipeline construction to hold up the sides of a trench prior to pipe installation. This will ensure the safety of construction pipeline workers by preventing a trench to cave-in. ...

Corrugated Steel Pipeline

Shown here is approximately 600 linear feet of corrugated steel pipeline (CSP) being installed at the site of this new residential development. This pipeline is part of a storm drainage system. ...

Corrugated Steel Pipe

This is a perforated 24" corrugated steel pipeline (CSP) drainage system being installed for a new residential development. It is wrapped with crushed rock and filter fabric to combine into what is commonly called a type of "burrito" drain. ...

Concrete Footing

Shown here is one of many 2' x 2' concrete footings that was recently poured and will serve as one of many foundation pads to secure down a 12" HDPE fused water pipeline, approximately 2,500 LF long. ...

Detention Drain

This is a 60-inch diameter corrugated metal pipe (CMP) detention drainage system installed at the site of a new residential development. There are other pipeline materials, like plastic HDPE pipe, that can also be used to make a detention system....

Butterfly Valve

This is a side angle view of a butterfly check valve. The metal disc which is held by the rod is called the butterfly (because it looks like a butterfly; the metal discs are like wings). Unlike a ball valve...

Butterfly Check Valves

These butterfly check valves will be installed on a domestic water pipeline. These particular valves have just passed IRWD inspection and are now ready for installation. Note: This is technically not a "check" valve because these type of valves work...

Drainage Junction Box

This is a storm drainage junction box that was formed with concrete that was poured-in-place. This was necessary to connect an intersection of three separate bodies of drainage pipeline. ...

Large Concrete Pipe

Shown here is a storm drain pipeline being installed piece by piece. All storm drainage pipeline systems are to be laid at an angle that allows fluid to drain by flow of gravity and not under a pressurized system, such...

Pipe Concrete

Here is a look at a straight reinforced pipeline structure. This pipeline will be grouted over with concrete at the outer and inner seams to prevent water and dirt intrusion. Afterwards, this pipeline structure will be ready for backfill and...

Radius Pipe Inside

This is what the inside of a reinforced concrete pipeline looks like. The "R" stands for "radius" is incorrect. The "R" actually stands for the pipe manufacturers initials. Also, the term radius is used loosely and is not technically accurate....

Concrete Pipe

Shown here is a straight reinforced concrete pipeline which is curving by using radius pipe connections. ...

Radius Pipe

Shown here is another angle of a storm drain concrete pipeline structure. At an intersection of another pipeline, there is a wooden structure being prepared to form a junction box that will "join" or "intersect" two pipeline bodies. The term...

Radius Pipeline

Here is one angle shown of a radius concrete pipeline. This is called "radius" because each pipe piece is not uniform; it varies slightly to accommodate a curve structure to allow this concrete pipeline to "bend" as necessary for storm...

Sewer Pipe

Thousands of linear feet of this 20' deep 8"PVC sewer pipe are being installed, together with marking tape above the pipeline so that this pipeline can be detected in future for utility locating and other underground service alert functions. ...

Crane

Kana Pipeline is excavating along a hillside at a school construction site, preparing to receive and crane in a Stormceptor 3600 Storm Drainage system. ...

Shoring Removal

Removing hydraulic shores are important to any pipeline or underground construction activities. How they are removed will help prevent trench collapse. ...

Storm Drain Channel

Water pipeline being installed and siphoned underneath this storm drain channel....

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