Forest Preserve Sewer Improvements


Chicago Department of Water Management


Chicago, Illinois
The Forest Preserve Sewer Improvement Project is a Chicago Department of Water Management project consisting of sewer improvements in the area of W. Addison Street to Irving Park Road, between N. Harlem Avenue and N. Osage Avenue.

Project Scope

This project includes over 11,000 lineal feet of new reinforced concrete pipe sewer main, ranging from 24″ diameter to 66″ diameter, installation of manholes and catch basins, construction of junction structures, construction of new connections to existing sewers, construction of concrete collar connections, and installation of drain connections. 

Furthermore, work on this project involves cutting, capping and replacement of existing water mains, all required excavation, trenching, grading, backfilling and compaction of excavations restoration of pavements, curbs, walkways, and landscaped areas, and providing traffic control and protection for the duration of the project. 

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