What Is the Aurora Interceptor Rehabilitation Project?
The Aurora Westside Interceptor Rehabilitation project is necessary to maintain approximately 23,000 feet of pipeline that runs from Parker Road and I-225 to Dayton Street and Smith Street.
The construction method (known as “cured in place pipe or CIPP”) allows work to be completed within a relatively small footprint by installing a liner into a pipe, pressurizing the liner, and then heat curing the liner to become a pipe within a pipe. However, CIPP installation cannot be performed during live flow conditions and requires temporary above-ground bypass pumping. Short-term road closures and/or traffic detours will be required along the route.
Metro is committed to completing this routine maintenance project safely and efficiently with minimal disturbance to local businesses, residents, and visitors.
What to Expect During Construction
Current/Upcoming Work Areas
Safe and secure worksites: Measures to reduce odor, noise, and traffic impacts
Contact us with questions regarding the Aurora Westside Interceptor Rehabilitation Project
Myles Howard · Project Manager
Kelley Merritt · Public Information Officer
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