Dealing with Special Challenges Posed by 1880s- to 1900s-Vintage Sewer Pipes
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Dealing with Special Challenges Posed by 1880s- to 1900s-Vintage Sewer Pipes

Dealing with Special Challenges Posed by 1880s- to 1900s-Vintage Sewer Pipes

Author: Erdman Anthony/Thursday, May 21, 2020/Categories: In the Community, Our Industry, Our people

Historic neighborhoods require expertise in sewer repairs with site constraints. Windsor Avenue – one of the City of Buffalo’s many historic neighborhoods – and its vital underground infrastructure date from the 1880s to the 1900s.

Erdman Anthony’s designs for this type of project are rarely seen because the work takes place underground, but they are just as vital to the community as roads, bridges, or buildings.

​Join project manager Dan Ziemianski, PE, for a recap of Erdman Anthony’s spot-repair project solutions in this neighborhood, which were cost-effective, were minimally disruptive, and are destined to provide decades of reliable service.

Watch the video.

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