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When will the utility work on Greenville Loop Road be completed?

Ken Little
StarNews

The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority is completing its work in Areas 2 and 3 and will be moving to Area 1 starting next week, said Mike McGill, spokesman for CFPUA.

The scheduled date for completion is the end of April, he said.

The work being conducted is part of the Northeast Interceptor (NEI) Rehabilitation Phase 2 project, a specific capital improvement project to be completed per CFPUA’s Consent Decree.

The project includes rehabilitating sections of the existing 20-inch sewer force main between Pump Station 35 at Bradley Creek to Pump Station 34 at Hewletts Creek, Murphy said.

The scope of the NEI Phase 2 rehabilitation project consists of the cleaning, CCTV, and pipe bursting of 5,139 linear feet of 20-inch ductile iron pipe and replacement with a 20-inch Fusible PVC sewer force main along Greenville Loop Road.

The project also consist of replacement of three air and vacuum/pressure air release valve assemblies, bypass pumping, traffic control, surface restoration, “and all associated appurtenances,” according to the CFPUA.

The site map below shows the work that has taken place and is currently underway. The portions of the NEI with yellow highlights show the areas being repaired.

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