Spiniello responds to a large diameter sewer collapse causing major sink holes and road closures in downtown Baltimore City.  Spiniello was called to the scene in April 2016 and quickly mobilized a temporary bypass system to bypass the collapsed area of the old 72" concrete and brick sewer main. Once the main was bypassed, the 30 foot deep sewer main was excavated and shored at the collapse to allow for cleaning of the sewer and rehabilitation by Cured-In-Place Pipelining.

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Colin Campbell
"Baltimore Public Works Eyes Sewer Tunnel as Possible Cause of Centre Street Collapse"
April 25th, 2016