Video Inspection Projects
View Some of Our Most Recently Completed Video Inspection Projects
At a site on Danbury Rd. in Wilton, CT, where we had already performed a utility mark out, GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. of Glastonbury, CT, requested we go back there to perform a level 3 video camera inspection survey of the sanitary sewer line within an area of concern.
FSM Services, Inc. of Roxbury, CT, was in charge of connecting a new sewer lateral to an existing future-use sewer tee for a new gas station in New Milford, CT. However, the town's plans were incomplete, so they needed us to camera snake the sewer main to find the exact location of the tee.
Over the past few years, Bulls Bridge Golf Club has routinely hired us to camera snake numerous putting green drains at their golf course in Kent, CT. Each time the purpose of the survey has been to observe the interior conditions of the pipes to find potential problems.
AMEC, LLC had a strong suspicion there was something wrong with the sanitary sewer service line at a private property along Milbank Ave., Greenwich, CT, so they hired us to perform a Level 2 video pipe inspection survey.
Petracca Design and Engineering, PC of Smithtown, NY, hired us to perform a Level 3 pipeline video inspection survey at 8 Woodward Ave., Norwalk, CT. The purpose of the survey was to mark the location and depth of the 36 inch storm sewer pipeline.
AMEC, LLC of Norwalk, CT, requested that we camera snake a decommissioned residential sanitary sewer service at Sheep Hill Rd., Greenwich, CT, to find the location of the tee. We performed a Level 2 video inspection survey with a 400 feet long MIDI push rod reel.
AMEC, LLC of Norwalk, CT, needed to have a video inspection survey performed at 1040 State St., New Haven, CT, to determine whether or not a newly installed sanitary sewer system was functioning properly and built to code.
ARCADIS of Sandy Hook, CT, a regular client of ours, requested that we perform a Level 2 video inspection survey at the Bethany Agricultural Research & Development Facility, Bethany, CT. The purpose of the survey was to observe, characterize, and document the interior conditions of the storm sewer lines.
DRV Contracting needed to connect a new sewer lateral from a private property along Huntington Rd., Stratford, CT, to a future use tee that was installed years ago by the Town of Stratford, CT, but the asbuilts they were given by the town did not show its location.
A Level 2 video inspection survey of a 4 inch diameter electrical conduit was performed at Rye Ridge Shopping Center, Rye Brook, NY, for the Belway Electrical Contracting Corp. of Elmsford, NY, to determine its interior conditions prior to reusing it.