Bid awarded for sewer cleaning


Project includes TV inspection of sewer lines

By Charles Warner - cwarner@civitasmedia.com



Charles Warner | The Union Times Rufus Walton and Joe Gregory of the City of Union Utility Department Water Division watch as a backhoe operated by Kevin Means digs through the asphalt on the Duncan Bypass near the intersection with Rice Avenue. The water division personnel were there to repair a leak on the main water line. Union City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to award the bid for a project involving the cleaning of sewer lines along four city street and their inspection via TV camera to Bio-Nomic Services Inc. for $20,957.95.


UNION — Sewer lines along four streets in the City of Union will not only be cleaned but also inspected via television under a contract awarded by Union City Council earlier this week.

In his report to council Tuesday evening, City of Union Utility Director Joe Nichols stated that two bids were received on a sewer system improvement project. Nichols said that the project involves the “cleaning and TV inspection of approximately 5,329 linear fee of sanitary gravity sewer and 24 sanitary sewer manholes.” He said that the city had received the following bids by the following companies on the project:

• Bio-Nomic Services, Inc. — $20,957.95

• Southeast Pipe Survey, Inc. — $23,506.85

Nichols recommended council award the bid to Bio-Nomic Services in the bid amount of $20,957.95. He stated that the utility department had worked with the company before on sewer systems cleaning and inspection projects. Based on their previous work, Nichols said he feels Bio-Nomic Services “is capable of completing the work in good order.”

The project will involve the cleaning and TV inspection of sewer lines serving Evant Street, Malone Avenue, West Main Street, and Bailey Street. Nichols said the cleaning and inspection of the sewer lines is part of the city’s efforts to secure grants for a sewer upgrade project.

Council voted unanimously to award the bid to Bio-Nomic Services.

The project will be paid for out of the City of Union Utility Fund.

Charles Warner | The Union Times Rufus Walton and Joe Gregory of the City of Union Utility Department Water Division watch as a backhoe operated by Kevin Means digs through the asphalt on the Duncan Bypass near the intersection with Rice Avenue. The water division personnel were there to repair a leak on the main water line. Union City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to award the bid for a project involving the cleaning of sewer lines along four city street and their inspection via TV camera to Bio-Nomic Services Inc. for $20,957.95.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_IMG_0041.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times Rufus Walton and Joe Gregory of the City of Union Utility Department Water Division watch as a backhoe operated by Kevin Means digs through the asphalt on the Duncan Bypass near the intersection with Rice Avenue. The water division personnel were there to repair a leak on the main water line. Union City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to award the bid for a project involving the cleaning of sewer lines along four city street and their inspection via TV camera to Bio-Nomic Services Inc. for $20,957.95.
Project includes TV inspection of sewer lines

By Charles Warner

cwarner@civitasmedia.com

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090 or cwarner@civitasmedia.com.

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090 or cwarner@civitasmedia.com.

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