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Sanexen successfully finishes NYC tunnel repairs in record time

During the weekend of October 20th, Sanexen Water, Inc., a member of the LOGISTEC family, successfully completed major repairs in the Lincoln Tunnel in New York City with minimal impact. When the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) began planning repairs and upgrades to Route 495 and the Lincoln Tunnel, one of the requirements was to repair two cast iron cement-encased water main sections at each end of the tunnel that supply water for fire prevention.  Sanexen Water was selected for its unparalleled expertise and its innovative Aqua-Pipe trenchless technology, to repair these aging water mains while other construction work was in progress. New trenchless technology is used for the replacement or rehabilitation of existing underground infrastructure with minimal excavation and disruption to surface traffic. 

Got Deteriorating Asbestos Cement Water Mains?

Asbestos has come to be one of the most feared words and materials in the world. Yet, in the 1940s, 50s and 60s, more than 600,000 miles of asbestos cement (AC) pipe, used for its light weight, corrosion resistance, rigidity, ease of handling and installation, was installed to handle water throughout Canada and the United States. Applications included potable water mains, storm drains and sanitary sewers.