Insituform Wins $5.2 Million Metropolitan Sewer District Contract

An Insituform employee works on a sewer project in Michigan in 2011. | Photo by Lance Cheung/USDA
An Insituform employee works on a sewer project in Michigan in 2011. | Photo by Lance Cheung/USDA

The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District awarded a $5.2 million contract to Insituform Technologies for a project that requires the rehabilitation of more than 25 miles of small- and medium-diameter pipes in the city, according to a release.

Insituform, based in St. Louis, uses cured-in-place pipe technology. The company is expecting work to start this month and be completed within the year.

Its parent company, St. Louis-based Aegion, has announced that it has received more than $22 million in contract awards from the MSD since April.

“Insituform’s relationship with St. Louis MSD is in its thirtieth year,” said Kenneth Foster, vice president and general manager of Insituform’s North American Rehabilitation West Region. “We are pleased to continue that relationship by participating in the latest wastewater pipeline rehabilitation plan by MSD and will continue to focus our efforts on providing superior project management and execution on this and every project for MSD.”


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