Georgia Power Peachtree Substation

Atlanta, Georgia

This project includes the re-routing of a 54" sewer trunk line at a Georgia Power Substation facility.

• 500 LF of 54" Concrete Pipe
• 100 LF of 84" Hand-Mined Tunnel
• Two cast-in-place concrete junction boxes
• Grout fill abandonment of existing pipe
• Sewer flow diversion
• Asphalt restoration

Georgia Power

Long Engineering


October 1, 2018

February 1, 2019

Dekalb County Emergency On-Call

Dekalb County, Georgia

This contract comprises the emergency repair of sanitary and storm sewers in various portions of Dekalb County’s separate and combined sewer collection system, as designated by the Engineer throughout the course of the work. The objective is to remedy detrimental defects to sewers and sewer overflow conditions to renovate the structural integrity of the sewer, while maximizing sewer and manhole accommodation efficiency and effectiveness.

Works consists of completing necessary repairs to linear sewer and storm infrastructure utilizing a menu of repair methods such as:
• Open-cut/Replacement
• Cured-In-Place Lining (CIPP)
• Pipe-bursting
• Point Repairs (internal and external)
• Slip lining
• Jack-and-Bore
• Manhole rehabilitation
• By-pass pumping
• Grout Abandonment
• Tunneling

Dekalb County


August 22, 2016

December 31, 2018

Hartsfield Jackson Manifold Improvements

Atlanta, Georgia

The Project primarily involves replacing the discharge manifold piping, valves, and fittings, as well as other piping, valves, and fittings at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Pump Station.

The Work includes, but is not limited to site investigation and mitigation; demolition of existing ductile iron pipe, fittings, and valves; installation of new flow meters; construction of reinforced concrete foundation slabs; structural and architectural modifications to the existing pump station building to facilitate the new above grade piping; temporary bypass piping; dewatering; electrical and controls; storm drainage; green infrastructure such as a rain garden or bio-swale, new ornamental fencing, erosion and sediment control.

The project is utilizing the Design-Build (D-B) delivery method.

City of Atlanta

Williams Russell and Johnson


May 5, 2018

June 1, 2019