Insituform Wins $10.3M CIPP Project in Connecticut: Over 12 months of trenchless sewer rehabilitation work in Connecticut positions Insituform for area growth
Nov 17, 2008
Insituform Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq Global Select Market: INSU) was awarded a $10.3 million sewer contract in November from the Metropolitan Development Commission (MDC) for the rehabilitation of 270,000 linear feet of sewer lines using Insituform® cured-in-place pipe (CIPP). Insituform® CIPP is a jointless pipe-within-a-pipe that extends the life of existing infrastructure by 100 years.
"We are excited to again have the opportunity to work with MDC. We had a very positive experience working with MDC in 2007, and we hope to continue this relationship well into the future. We also look forward to developing additional projects and relationships in this region." said David Goldwater, Business Development Manager for Insituform’s Atlantic Region.
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