In addition to projects completed around the world, Spiniello has:
The biggest cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining project ever undertaken by the city of Culver City, California's wastewater program has been completed and ready for many more years of service. Read More.
The Lower North Outfall Sewer (LNOS) Rehabilitation Phase II project is rehabilitating approximately 18,200 feet of the North Outfall Sewer (NOS) by cast-in-place concrete lining from the Centinela siphon located... Read More.
Spiniello recently completed a massive rehabilitation of the Four Mile Creek Trunk Sewer in Henrico County, VA. This $8.9 million project involved the slip-lining of more than 4,000 lf of dramatically deteriorated 84-inch concrete sewer pipe with 72-inch fiberglass pipe. Read More.
Despite the massive flooding that left most of Iowa underwater in June 2008, Spiniello began a critical $9 million project to rehabilitate the sewer infrastructure of Cedar Rapids, Iowa’s second largest city. The objective was to rehabilitate the Main interceptor lines at the city’s Water Pollution Control Facility. Although the facility was completely inundated with water, Spiniello collaborated with city officials to create a comprehensive, long-term plan for eliminating a wide range of problems. Working on both sides of a busy railroad track, the Spiniello team quickly adapted to the demands of the project — developing innovative solutions onsite and within budget. The project is expected to be completed within a matter of months. "Spiniello is in the business of satisfying clients, but it was particularly gratifying to be able to help a city in the midst of a dire emergency," said E.J. Solimine, the company’s vice president. "We are glad we were able to help and go beyond simply solving a problem."