Ceremony held for completed Santa Ana River Interceptor Pipeline Project
On Dec. 11, 2014, a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at the Green River Golf Club in Corona, Calif., where almost 200 elected officials and agency representatives attended to celebrate the completion of the Santa Ana River Interceptor Relocation Project.
|The ribbon cutting ceremony took place at the beautiful Green River Golf Club in Corona, Calif.|
Feb. 23, 2015 -- On Dec. 11, 2014, a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at the Green River Golf Club in Corona, Calif., where almost 200 elected officials and agency representatives attended to celebrate the completion of the Santa Ana River Interceptor (SARI Line) Relocation Project.
The SARI Line Relocation Project is included in the $2.3-billion Santa Ana River Mainstream Project. It serves the sanitary sewer needs of the surrounding communities.
Due to corrosion, the project was at risk of failure during heavy rainstorms. This new wastewater pipeline, provided by Hobas, was designed to convey 43 million gallons of wastewater per day, deliver dependable sewer service to the communities and provide flood protection.
The SARI Line cost $50 million and was constructed over a three-year period. Hobas Pipe USA supplied approximately 20,000 feet of 54-inch centrifugally cast, fiberglass reinforced, polymer mortar pipe installed via open cut and casing carrier methods.
The SARI Line was managed and funded by Orange County Flood Control District with loans from Orange County Sanitation District and Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority.
Hobas manufactures pipe in sizes from 18 inches to 126 inches in pressure and non-pressure classes.
Hobas produces pipe systems with state-of-the-art production technologies and market them for these application fields. With the services and support we offer from dimensioning and routing pipelines through calculations to consultancy on site, the company's products have been installed by a variety of methods such as open trench, jacking, microtunneling, sliplining, and above ground in more than 100 countries. For more information, visit www.hobas.com.