The Twin Cities Begin Mega Sewer Reconstruction Project

May 10

The Twin Cities Begin Mega Sewer Reconstruction Project

For residents of the Minneapolis and St. Paul area, we have some good news. The city is currently working on a sewer pipeline rehabilitation project using the most up to date process of CIPP. Corrosion has eaten away at the vast network of hidden pipes in the Twin Cities’ wastewater system, which is why the city is pursuing the largest rehabilitation effort in the...

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Minnesota Neighborhoods Suffer Impasse: Street Flooding, High Winds, Damaged Infrastructures

Jul 12

Minnesota Neighborhoods Suffer Impasse: Street Flooding, High Winds, Damaged Infrastructures

Severe summer storms have been wide-ranging across many cities, including the neighborhoods in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Residents of the Twin Cities and other communities have spent many days cleaning up debris and repairing damaged roofs due to the recent flooding and structure damage from high winds and heavy rains.  Hundreds of other households, mostly to the...

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The Twin Cities Outline for Solar Advancements

Apr 19

The Twin Cities Outline for Solar Advancements

When strolling through downtown St. Paul, you will witness numerous corroborations on behalf of sustainability. The range of progression includes sewer rehabilitations, throughout the city, renovations of large-scale buildings, complexes and district systems.  After being awarded a $1 million grant, St. Paul is embarking on a project which will install solar thermal...

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Itasca State Park and Small Town Sewer Proposals

Apr 12

Itasca State Park and Small Town Sewer Proposals

Itasca State Park located in Park Rapids, established in 1891, is Minnesota’s oldest state park.  It attracts more than 500,000 visits annually. Today, the park totals more than 32,000 acres and includes more than 100 lakes.   As the city celebrates 125 years of Minnesota State Parks and Trails, it has also begun surveying infrastructure upgrades and...

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Minnesota’s Safety Guidelines for Recreation on Ice

Dec 21

Minnesota’s Safety Guidelines for Recreation on Ice

In Minnesota there are some guidelines and advisories that remain, year after year, as a rule of thumb for keeping safe when bodies of water are covered with ice.  Ice is seldom the same thickness over a single body of water; it can be two feet thick in one place and one inch thick a few yards away. Check the ice at least every 150 feet. Something you can do to...

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