Waikiki Sewer Improvement Project

While unrelated to the Waikiki Sewer project activities (i.e., we were not the contractors referenced in the article), w...
12/14/2016
KHON2 News

While unrelated to the Waikiki Sewer project activities (i.e., we were not the contractors referenced in the article), we thought this would be of interest to our followers.

Board of Water Supply crews are continuing their work to respond to a damaged 24-inch water main on Kuhio Avenue in Waikiki. BWS crews have closed the All Ewa-bound lanes and the left Diamond Head-bound lane of Kuhio Avenue between Nohonani Street and Seaside Avenue. Jai Cunningham KHON2 News reports.

The Waikīkī Sewer website (www.waikikisewer.com) was originally established in May 2012 to provide the public informatio...
12/10/2013
Waikiki Sewer Project

The Waikīkī Sewer website (www.waikikisewer.com) was originally established in May 2012 to provide the public information as to upcoming construction and traffic activities related to the rehabilitation of Waikīkī’s sewer system along Kūhiō Avenue. That initial project ended in August 2013.

The City and County of Honolulu has decided to maintain this website and its related email newsletter and social media sites for the purpose of providing the public and stakeholders information about additional Waikīkī sewer projects.

Currently, the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Design and Construction (DCC) and Department of Environmental Services (ENV) will be repairing 78 linear feet of 20-inch diameter cast iron pipe of the existing Fort DeRussy Sewer Force Main (FM) with a cured-in-place pipe liner. The FM segment being repaired extends from the flow meter box at the Fort DeRussy Pump Station to a 90-degree elbow (est pit 1), located in the mauka (mountain side) travel lane of Kalākaua Avenue between Keoniana Street and Kuamo‘o Street. Air release valves (ARVs) will also be installed in the FM at two locations along Kalākaua Avenue in order to relieve surge pressures in the pipe.

Phase 1 of this project began in November 2013 and expected to last for approximately a duration of four weeks.

The Waikīkī Sewer website has been updated with information regarding this latest project.

Traffic control will be set up on Kalākaua Avenue between Keoniana Street and Kuamo‘o Street. One East bound lane will be closed. Drivers will still be able to access Kalākaua Avenue and Kūhiō Avenue from Kalākaua Avenue. Drivers will still be able to make left turns onto Keoniana Street and Kuamo‘o Street from Kalākaua Avenue.

Please feel free to contact us with questions regarding this new project at [email protected] or at the contact information provided on the website. Thank you for your continued support and patience as the City works to rehabilitate Waikīkī's sewer infrastructure. We look forward to continuing to serve the Waikīkī community.

04/10/2013

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the shot for tomorrow, April 10th from 8:30 am, is being cancelled. We are rescheduling the installation for next Monday April 15 from 8:30 am. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Beginning Sunday night, March 24th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Diamond Head (east) bound la...
03/20/2013
Technology | Waikiki Sewer Project

Beginning Sunday night, March 24th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Diamond Head (east) bound lanes of Kūhiō Avenue, between Kaiolu Street and Seaside Avenue. Traffic control will be set up between Kalaimoku Street and Nohonani Street. There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times. No right turn will be allowed onto Kuhio Avenue from Lewers Street. Also, no left turn will be allowed onto Kaiolu Street from Kuhio Avenue when traveling in the Diamond Head (east) direction. The CIPP installation process will begin at 7:00 pm on March 24th and will continue until this section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website www.waikikisewer.com/technology.

A pioneer in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology, Insituform has installed over 19,000 miles of CIPP worldwide. The Insituform® CIPP process is suited for wastewater pipeline repair and can be used to rehabilitate sanitary sewers, storm sewers and force mains. Insituform® CIPP is a jointless pipe-...

Beginning Monday morning, March 4th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Diamond Head (East) bound l...
02/28/2013
Technology | Waikiki Sewer Project

Beginning Monday morning, March 4th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Diamond Head (East) bound lanes of Kūhiō Avenue, between Kaiolu Street and Lewers Street. Traffic control will be set up between Kalaimoku Street and Royal Hawaiian Avenue. There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times. The CIPP installation process will begin at 8:30 am on March 4th and will continue until this section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website www.waikikisewer.com/technology.

A pioneer in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology, Insituform has installed over 19,000 miles of CIPP worldwide. The Insituform® CIPP process is suited for wastewater pipeline repair and can be used to rehabilitate sanitary sewers, storm sewers and force mains. Insituform® CIPP is a jointless pipe-...

02/05/2013

Starting February 7th, sewer line cleaning work will occur on Kūhiō Avenue between Olohana Street and Lewers Street. Traffic control will be set up between Kuamo`o Street and Royal Hawaiian Avenue. There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times. Work will be performed on weekdays between the hours of 8:30am and 3:30pm.

Beginning Sunday evening, February 10th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kūhiō Avenue, between Launiu Street and Lewers Street. Traffic control will be set up between Olohana Street and Seaside Avenue. There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times. The CIPP installation process will begin at 7:00 pm on February 10th and will continue until this section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website www.waikikisewer.com/technology.

01/25/2013

Beginning Wednesday, January 30, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kūhiō Avenue, between Kālaimoku Street and Launiu Street. Traffic control will be set up between Namahana Street and Lewers Street. There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times. The CIPP installation process will begin at 8:30 am on January 30 and will continue until this section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website www.waikikisewer.com/technology

Beginning Tuesday, January 22nd, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kūhiō...
01/17/2013
Technology | Waikiki Sewer Project

Beginning Tuesday, January 22nd, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kūhiō Avenue, between Nāmāhana Street and Launiu Street. Traffic control will be set up between Kuamo`o Street and Lewers Street. . There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times. The CIPP installation process will begin at 8:30 am on January 22nd and will continue until this section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website www.waikikisewer.com/technology.

A pioneer in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology, Insituform has installed over 19,000 miles of CIPP worldwide. The Insituform® CIPP process is suited for wastewater pipeline repair and can be used to rehabilitate sanitary sewers, storm sewers and force mains. Insituform® CIPP is a jointless pipe-...

01/06/2013

Beginning Tuesday, January, 8th, sewer lines will be cleaned and inspected through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kūhiō Avenue, between Nāmāhana Street and Launiu Street. Traffic control will be set up between Kuamo`o Street and Lewers Street. There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times. Work will be performed on weekdays between the hours of 8:30am and 3:30pm.

Beginning Sunday evening, December 16th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes ...
12/13/2012
News from the Waikiki Sewer Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Project

Beginning Sunday evening, December 16th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kuhio Avenue, between Lewers Street and Seaside Avenue. No right turn will be allowed on to Kuhio Avenue from the Makai (South) bound lane of Royal Hawaiin Avenue. Traffic control will be set up between Kalaimoku Street and Nahua Street. There will be one lane open on Kuhio Avenue in both directions at all times. The CIPP installation process will begin at 7pm on December 16th and will continue until this section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website www.waikikisewer.com/technology

No work will take place on the project on December 24 -25 and again on December 31 – January 1 in observance of the Christmas and New Year holidays. Happy Holidays!

Beginning Sunday evening, December 16th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kuhio Avenue, between Lewers Street and Seaside Avenue. No right turn will be allowed on to Kuhio Avenue from the Makai (South) bound lane of Royal Hawaiin Avenue. Traffic contr...

11/09/2012

Starting November 13th, manhole rehabilitation will take place on Kuhio Avenue between Nahua Street and Kaiulani Avenue. Traffic control will be set up between Nohonani Street and Kapuni Street. There will be one lane open on Kuhio Avenue in both directions at all times. Work will be performed on weekdays between the hours of 8:30am and 3:30pm.

Reminder:   Beginning Sunday evening, October 28th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) b...
10/26/2012
Technology | Waikiki Sewer Project

Reminder: Beginning Sunday evening, October 28th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kuhio Avenue, between Kaiolu Street and Lewers Street. Traffic control will be set up between Kalaimoku Street and Seaside Avenue. No left turn will be allowed onto Lewers Street from Kuhio Avenue. There will be one lane open on Kuhio Avenue in both directions at all times. The CIPP installation process will begin at 7 pm on October 28th and will continue until this section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website: http://www.waikikisewer.com/technology/.

Update: Beginning Tuesday, October 30th, sewer lines will be cleaned and inspected through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kuhio Avenue, between Lewers Street and Seaside Avenue. Traffic control will be set up between Kalaimoku Street and Kanekapolei Street. There will be one lane open on Kuhio Avenue in both directions at all times. Work will be performed on weekdays between the hours of 8:30am and 3:30pm.

Beginning Wednesday evening, November 7th, CIPP will be installed through existing manholes in the Ewa (West) bound lanes of Kuhio Avenue, between Kaiolu Street and Lewers Street. Traffic control will be set up between Nohonani Street and Kapuni Street. There will be one lane open on Kuhio Avenue in both directions at all times. The CIPP installation process will begin at 7 pm on November 7th and will continue until this section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website: http://www.waikikisewer.com/technology/ (Note: An earlier email update listed the CIPP start date as November 8. We have made the correction to the website and apologize for any inconvenience.)

A pioneer in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology, Insituform has installed over 19,000 miles of CIPP worldwide. The Insituform® CIPP process is suited for wastewater pipeline repair and can be used to rehabilitate sanitary sewers, storm sewers and force mains. Insituform® CIPP is a jointless pipe-...

UPDATE (October 17, 2012)CIPP installations will occur on Sunday, October 28th. Traffic control will be set up between K...
10/18/2012
Technology | Waikiki Sewer Project

UPDATE (October 17, 2012)

CIPP installations will occur on Sunday, October 28th. Traffic control will be set up between Kalaimoku Street and Seaside Avenue from 7pm on October 28th through October 29th. No left turn will be allowed on Lewers Street from the Diamond Head bound lane of Kuhio Avenue. There will be one lane open on Kuhio Avenue in both directions at all times. The CIPP installation process will be performed from 7 pm and continue until that section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website: http://www.waikikisewer.com/technology/.

A pioneer in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology, Insituform has installed over 19,000 miles of CIPP worldwide. The Insituform® CIPP process is suited for wastewater pipeline repair and can be used to rehabilitate sanitary sewers, storm sewers and force mains. Insituform® CIPP is a jointless pipe-...

09/21/2012

UPDATE (September 20, 2012)

On September 25, work will begin on the installation a new manhole on Kūhiō Avenue in the Diamond Head bound land between Kaiolu Street and Lewers Street. This work is expected to continue through November 21.

Traffic control will be set up between Kalaimoku Street and Seaside Ave. There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times.

08/30/2012

There will be no work on the project during the Labor Day Weekend. Work will resume on the project on September 4th on Kūhiō Avenue between Lewers Street and Walina Street. Work hours are 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.

Traffic control will be set up between Lewers Street and Walina Street from September 4th through September 7th. Nohonani Street will be closed to through traffic. There will be one lane open on Kūhiō Avenue in both directions at all times.

Happy Labor Day!

CIPP installations will occur on Monday, August 20th  and Thursday, August 23rd. The CIPP installation process will be p...
08/10/2012
Technology | Waikiki Sewer Project

CIPP installations will occur on Monday, August 20th and Thursday, August 23rd. The CIPP installation process will be performed from 7 pm and continue until that section of CIPP is completed. Typically this will take about 24 hours. For an overview of the CIPP process, please refer to the project website: http://www.waikikisewer.com/technology/.

Monday, August 20th – Tuesday, August 21st
Traffic control will be set up between Kalaimoku Street and Seaside Avenue from 7 pm on August 20th through the 21st. No left turn will be allowed on Lewers Street from the Diamond Head bound lane of Kuhio Avenue. There will be one lane open on Kuhio Avenue in both directions at all times.

Thursday, August 23rd – Friday, August 24th
Traffic control will be set up between Lewers Street and Walina Street from 7 pm on August 23rd through the 24th. Nohonani Street be closed to through traffic. There will be one lane open on Kuhio Avenue in both directions at all times.

A pioneer in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology, Insituform has installed over 19,000 miles of CIPP worldwide. The Insituform® CIPP process is suited for wastewater pipeline repair and can be used to rehabilitate sanitary sewers, storm sewers and force mains. Insituform® CIPP is a jointless pipe-...

07/20/2012

Beginning Monday, July 23, work on the project will include cleaning of the sewer lines through existing manholes in the Ewa bound (West bound) lanes of Kūhiō Avenue, between Kuamo`o Street and Seaside Avenue. There will be one lane open in both directions at all times. No left turns will be allowed from the Diamond Head bound (East bound) lane of Kūhiō Avenue onto Lewers Street. Work will be performed Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am and 3:30pm.

07/04/2012

No work on the project today! Happy 4th of July everyone! #waikikisewer #hitraffic

07/02/2012

Project work continues this week! Traffic control on Kūhiō Ave. between Lewers Street and Walina Street will continue as well. #hitraffic #waikikisewer

Check out how technology is helping mitigation environmental impact and community disruption on the Waikiki Sewer projec...
07/02/2012

Check out how technology is helping mitigation environmental impact and community disruption on the Waikiki Sewer project!

Check out how technology is helping mitigation environmental impact and community disruption on the Waikiki Sewer project!

06/28/2012

Traffic control on Kūhiō Ave. between Lewers Street and Walina Street starts today! #hitraffic #waikikisewer

06/27/2012

REMINDER: Traffic control will be implemented on Kūhiō Ave. between Lewers Street and Walina Street beginning tomorrow, Thursday, June 28, 2012. One lane of traffic in each direction will be maintained and kept open at all times. Nohonani Street will be closed to traffic on the Mauka side of Kūhiō Avenue.

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How the pipe was descaled prior to Cured in Place Lining