SAK wins Los Angeles sewer contract Jan 2010
SAK news release
Los Coyotes Water Reclamation Plant
SAK Construction of California has secured the contract for the Los Coyotes Water Reclamation Plant Project in Los Angeles.
- The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County awarded the contract for the Los Coyotes Water Reclamation Plant Interceptor Sewer Rehabilitation Phase II project December 3, 2009.
- SAK Construction submitted the low bid of $10.4 million to repair sewer pipe ranging from 54in - 78in in diameter for the 10,425ft project.
- The Los Coyotes project involves a major interceptor sewer stretching nearly two miles underneath busy residential and commercial areas in Los Angeles County. Rehabilitation will utilize SAK's CIPP (cured-in-place-pipe) process. Work is slated to begin in December 2009 with an expected completion date during the third quarter of 2010.
- SAK Construction of CA LP is owned by SAK Construction LLC, a national pipeline rehabilitation and tunneling industries contractor headquartered in the St. Louis area. Trenchless technology is particularly important today to rehabilitate the nation's aging water and sewer infrastructure.
- Founded in 2006, SAK Construction is led by industry veterans Jerry Shaw, president; Tom Kalishman, chairman; and Robert Affholder, vice chairman. The three SAK leaders are well known for their expertise in trenchless underground technology, including CIPP rehabilitation.
- Recent SAK Construction projects include serving as subcontractor for the CIPP portion of the Meadows Alta Parallel project for the City of Las Vegas, Nevada; a CIPP sewer rehabilitation for the City of Phoenix, Arizona, totaling more than 120,000ft; a 34,000ft CIPP sewer rehabilitation project for the City of St. Paul, Minnesota; and the 2,300ft, 96in diameter Coldwater Relief Tunnel in unincorporated St. Louis County for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD).
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