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Water and Sewer Contracting Company Talks about Storm Drainage Systems, Water Pipelines and Subsurface Utility Engineering.

Storm Drainage Systems Category

Kana Pipeline, Inc.

August 20, 2012 | Comments: 0

Concrete Storm Drain Structure

A concrete storm drain structure is rather nondescript in appearance, but serves an important duty. The bulk of these structures are primarily hidden underground or protected by embankments. Visible parts include curb inlets and street gutters which are positioned along sidewalks and roadways.

Areas without a concrete storm drain structure are often plagued by flooding any time it rains. Storm drains are designed to pull excess water into the system by means of gravity. City streets and parking lots are built with slight elevation so water will naturally flow into systems.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

August 09, 2012 | Comments: 0

Storm Water Drain Construction

Storm water drain construction plays a vital role in public safety. Storm drains are needed to manage water flow that occurs after rain or snow storms. Water is transported swiftly through a series of underground pipes so that is does not accumulate on ground surfaces and result in flooding.

Storm water drain construction is performed by licensed contractors who have been trained in Environmental Protection Agency wastewater management practices. The EPA monitors all types of pipeline that release water into American waters.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

May 29, 2012 | Comments: 2

Concrete Storm Drain Construction

Concrete storm drain construction is a specialty field that necessitates learning specific skill sets. This type of work involves the understanding and reading of civil plans, and then installing these underground pipeline systems that eliminate storm water runoff.

Concrete storm drain construction offers a variety of job opportunities ranging from administrative duties to field work. Although many positions require a college degree, there are jobs for high school graduates as well.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

May 24, 2012 | Comments: 0

Storm Drain Chambers

Did you know that storm drain chambers can process millions of gallons of water per day? It's hard to believe these compact half-domed plastic pipe halves can convey so much water volume, but they can.

It's a good thing storm drain chambers are so efficient. Otherwise, people would spend a good part of their day dealing with flooding every time it rained or snow began to melt. Instead, civil engineers developed systems that can effectively and efficiently make good use of excess water through a series of these unique underground pipes.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

May 21, 2012 | Comments: 0

Storm Drain Catch Basins

Did you know storm drain catch basins have been in use since ancient times? Long ago, early civilizations used drainage systems to collect water for their crops prior to dry seasons, as well as to safeguard crops from flooding during rainy seasons.

Although storm drain catch basins have evolved and are no longer used for crop irrigation, they are still used to protect communities against flooding. Without these drainage systems cities and towns would be underwater or constantly dealing with flood management.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

May 17, 2012 | Comments: 0

Concrete Storm Drain Contractors

Concrete storm drain contractors perform work related to private and public-owned storm drainage systems. While much of their work is performed behind the scenes, contractors play an important role in protecting America's communities.

Working with experienced concrete storm drain contractors is essential. This is especially true with municipal projects that affect entire cities and towns. Drainage systems are necessary to remove melted snow and storm water from city and residential streets, parking lots and garages, and other ground surfaces.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

February 28, 2012

Storm Drain Contractors

Storm drain contractors are involved with the installation process of subsurface pipes. These systems are necessary for redirecting water flow to reduce the risk of flooding in residential communities, along interstate systems, and surface areas such as parking lots and sidewalks.

Using the services of storm drain contractors is required with all types of pipeline construction jobs including municipal, institutional, industrial, commercial, and residential. Storm drainage systems are crucial for getting rid of storm water runoff that collects on ground surfaces and could result in flooding.

Storm drainage systems are comprised of catch basins and inlets that are strategically placed along curbs, roads, and sidewalks to redirect storm water runoff to subsurface pipes. These pipes transport excess water to an outfall opening so that water can be discharged into open bodies of water like rivers and oceans.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

October 07, 2011 | Comments: 0

Storm Water Drainage System

Planning and developing a storm water drainage system is an elaborate process that involves many people and agencies. These systems are required to drain water runoff from streets and surface areas like parking lots and sidewalks.

Storm water drainage system plans are developed by design engineers. Plans and materials have to meet standard provisions established at state and federal agencies. System plans for new construction undergo a review process by the City Planner. Once approval is obtained pipeline contractors can begin construction work.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

September 18, 2011 | Comments: 3

Storm Drainage System

Reduce Pollutants into American Waters

A storm drainage system is a complex unit that requires careful engineering by a civil engineer and proper installation by a licensed pipeline construction company. Drainage systems are an essential element in all facets of construction including residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal projects.

A storm drainage system includes a series of pipelines and related structures that carry storm water to the point of release. This system reduces environmental impact, such as flooding, that could result in land erosion and property damage. Storm water that accumulates from buildings, roads, and parking lots is gathered into the drainage system and transported through water pipeline until it can be deposited into retention ponds, lakes, rivers, and the ocean, or detention ponds positioned in low-lying areas.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

October 12, 2010 | Comments: 2

Storm Drainage Systems: How to Recapture Water

Storm Drainage Systems play in an important role when it comes to Best Management Practices (BMP's) that mitigate storm water runoff. We are now in what is considered "wet season" for recapturing rainfall by using various forms of storm drainage systems. The wet season is a time period characterized from October 1st through April 30th, according to construction storm water BMP performance standards.

The more that open land is covered by roads, buildings, parking lots, etc., the less we will be able to recapture rain water naturally, which directly feeds natural underground aquifers. Therefore, several ways have been devised to recapture storm water using various drainage methods, such as those used in pipeline infrastructure; bioswales, retention and detention storm drainage systems, storm water chambers, porous paving, and other storm water capture and reuse systems.

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