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Taylor Morrison of Florida
With continued expansion and population growth in Odessa, Florida, the development of a new residential subdivision was a welcome addition. As part of the design and construction of the site, a new storm sewer system was required to ensure that the storm water runoff was handled efficiently in the streets throughout the development. Originally, this was specified with reinforced concrete pipe (RCP). However, the contractor reached out to Contech to see if there were any alternative solutions that would not only meet the specified deadline but also be more cost-effective and easier to install.
Ultimately, the final solution was a completely plastic solution for the entire storm sewer package. This included DuroMaxx® steel reinforced polyethylene (SRPE) for the larger diameters ranging from 48-inches to 60-inches. This fully structural solution would be able to handle the necessary load requirements while also being much easier to install with lighter weight and longer lengths. For diameters ranging from 12-inches to 36-inches, Contech manufactured and supplied A-2000™ PVC. Both the engineer of record and contractor were very pleased with this solution. Total storm sewer system included:
Ultimately, Contech was able to reduce the total cost of the system to meet the financial requirements while providing a fully reliable system with ease of installation and a support team that worked with the contactors throughout the entire installation process.
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