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Florida Department of Transportation
Kimley-Horn & Associates
The Aluminized Steel Type 2 (ALT2) ULTRA FLO® and A-2000™ PVC storm sewer system used by Hubbard Construction
offered significant material and installation savings over reinforced concrete pipe (RCP). Hubbard Construction and
the Florida Department of Transportation saved time and
money by using this FDOT approved combination of
products offered by Contech.
The project utilized 4,368 LF of ALT2 ULTRA FLO storm sewer pipe in diameters ranging from 36-inches through 54-inches and 1,136 LF of A-2000
PVC Storm Sewer Pipe in diameters ranging from 15-inches through 30-inches.
Contech ULTRA FLO pipe has over 25 years of proven
performance on municipal, transportation, airport, shopping center and residential development
storm sewer projects. ULTRA FLO’s rapid acceptance is based on its Manning’s “n” of 0.012, structural
strength and faster and more cost-effective installation than concrete pipe. ULTRA FLO is available in
a wide variety of materials to meet environmental and service life requirements.
A-2000 PVC Pipe represents the leading edge in sewer pipe technology with an impressive record
of field-proven performance. The latest in technology and engineering design has been coupled
with time-proven materials and construction practices to increase overall system performance while
offering a more cost-effective solution. With millions of feet successfully installed, A-2000’s superior
strength, joint tightness and overall quality have made it a standard in the industry.
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