Insituform Technologies, Inc. has been awarded a contract with a first year value of US$5.9 million by the City of Calgary. Upon completion of the first year’s work, the City will have the option of renewing this contract for two more years.

Calgary awarded the project based on price and contractor qualifications after receiving proposals from prime contractors, previously identified by the City.

Each year of the contract, Insituform expects to complete approximately 90,000 feet of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) rehabilitation on wastewater pipelines ranging from 8-inches to 48-inches in diameter. It is expected that its crews will utilize Insituform’s proprietary air inversion steam cure installation method that reduces energy and water usage by approximately 95 percent.

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