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Sewer line repairs closing streets, water repairs are next

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Monday, June 26, 2017

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Peppy Cusano, Dillard Excavating project manager on the left, and Jonathan Jordan, CPW sewer crew leader, share a jovial moment.
 
 
 

Jim Fair

Peppy Cusano, Dillard Excavating project manager on the left, and Jonathan Jordan, CPW sewer crew leader, share a jovial moment.

 

 

 



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Road work signage and heavy equipment are a good indication the roads are closed for infrastructure work.
 

Jim Fair

Road work signage and heavy equipment are a good indication the roads are closed for infrastructure work.

 



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Sewer lines are 9-feet deep.
 

Jim Fair

Sewer lines are 9-feet deep.

 

Sewer lines are being replaced in downtown Greer along Randall Street between Trade and Depot streets.

Dillard Excavating is digging up the streets for Greer Commission of Public Works to replace the sewer lines.

Once done with the sewer project the streets will be dug up again to repair the water lines that are located a few feet from the sewer lines. The sewer lines are 9-feet underground.

The project will take about four months, according to officials.

Workers will close the road while working, approximately 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. A special sand-based layer allows the dirt to be more easily scooped to fill in the street for evening traffic.

One official said it was easier to fill in the work area than put steel plates each evening.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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