City of Bowling Green

City of Bowling Green

City of Bowling Green

The City of Bowling Green needed help identifying and resolving serious infiltration and inflow problems with their gravity sewer system. As part of a multi-phased Sanitary Sewer Collection System Mapping and Inflow/Infiltration (I/I) Evaluation Study, Pennoni performed a complete system survey, prepared a comprehensive utility map, and created an informational database of the City’s sewer system utilizing GIS software.

Surveying was performed in 2 phases due to the lack of available utility maps. The phase 1 survey consisted of horizontally locating a majority of the City’s sewer manholes, assigning GPS coordinates, and preparing an initial city-wide collection system map. The phase 2 survey consisted of opening up all manhole lids, surveying pipe inverts, and preparing a final collection system map with collected data. This effort supported and ultimately resulted in the City obtaining a 92% grant from FDEP’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program. 



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