UMC was contacted by HDR Constructors, Inc. for coating of a newly constructed diversion structure and provide some repair work to manholes damaged during the clean-up of Sand Creek after the fall flooding of 2013. Metro Wastewater Reclamation District is the owner of the interceptor that parallels Sand Creek in this particular area. MWRD authorizes Warren Environmental Epoxy as one of the few products approved for use on their waste water infrastructure. A couple of the damaged manholes had been previously coated with 100% solids epoxy and required repair at the joints. HDR also contracted UMC to coat the new lids and risers added to lift the structures out of the creek. On the first mobilization it was determined that the required 28 day cure time had not passed for one of the structure lids. HDR asked that UMC come back again after the proper cure of the concrete in order to perform that work in addition to another 3 manholes requiring coating.
Location: Denver, CO