CMOM Sewer Cleaning and Inspection Program - Water & Wastewater

CMOM Sewer Cleaning and Inspection Program

CMOM Sewer Cleaning and Inspection Program

As part of The City of Akron’s Capacity Management and Operations Management Program (CMOM), the Sewer Cleaning and Inspection Program included jet trunk cleaning and CCTV inspection of over 180 miles of combined and sanitary sewers ranging from 6” to 144” in diameter throughout the City of Akron.

As a subconsultant, GSI provided Pipeline Assessment Certification Program (PACP) certified Resident Project Representatives (RPR) who were fluent in Microsoft Excel, able to navigate and look data up in GIS, capable of reading and comprehending detailed underground maps, and have a comprehensive understanding of traffic maintenance and safety, jobsite safety and the various hazards associated with working in close proximity to sanitary sewers. These skilled and experienced RPR’s provided the following services, including but not limited to:

  • Review of project specifications and drawings
  • Set up and maintained roadway MOT work zone
  • Utilized Quantum GIS with current City of Akron GIS data
  • Documented discrepancies between GIS and field conditions
  • Documented sewer issues, such as collapsed pipe or sunken pavement with photos and sketches
  • Maintained tracking sheet
  • Managed the CCTV consultant’s work

Location

Akron, OH

Project Cost

$56.1 Million

Delivery Method

Construction Management

Services Provided

Project Representative

Year Completed

2016

Owner and Client

City of Akron