City of Raleigh Beginning Sewer Rehab Project in Wake Forest

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The City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department (CRPUD) has begun a sanitary sewer system rehabilitation project in Wake Forest. The initiative will rehabilitate existing sewer lines and manholes in various areas around town. T.A. Loving Company was awarded the contract for the project which is expected to be completed in the fall.

CRPUD officials say the majority of the construction will be performed within the Town’s street rights-of-way and existing sewer line easements. As a result, only minimal traffic impacts are expected.

Sewer disruptions are not expected, but in the event the contractor determines they are necessary, the interruptions will be limited to no more than two to four hours. In such instances, service interruption notices will be provided at least 24 to 48 hours prior to the disruption. Streets, lawns, and other structures within the street rights-of-way and easements that are disturbed during construction will be restored as work progresses.

Construction may cause a number of inconveniences for area residents, but the contractor is expected to maintain traffic and access to all parcels throughout the duration of the project. Additional traffic associated with work crews and equipment/material deliveries is anticipated, so motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists are urged to pay close attention to all traffic control signs and flagmen.

Considerable equipment noise should also be expected while the work is being performed. Work hours will generally be 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information about the sewer system rehabilitation project, contact the CRPUD on-site representative Wesley Pearce at (919) 796-7599 or Construction Projects Administrator Dennis Lassiter at(919) 996-3477.

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