AM Trenchless is a new specialty engineering firm that has been in business for three years.  In that short time, AM Trenchless has provided specialty consulting service throughout the eastern United States on the following projects:

Route5ProjectRoute 5 Water Main Improvements Project Bellows Falls Village Corporation, Vermont -The Route 5 Water Main Replacement project includes the replacement of approximately 6,600 linear feet of 10-inch potable water main with new 12-inch water main. This project is part of a larger system-wide water main replacement project, which in total will replace approximately 20,000 linear feet of water main. The entire project is funded by the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund with a negative 3% interest rate.  AM Trenchless’ role was to present an Alternative Work Procedure to the Vermont Department of Health for handling and pipe bursting of the existing pipe to be rehabilitated on the project.  The project is anticipated to begin construction in summer 2016 and is the first approved alternate procedure for pipe rehabilitation within the State of Vermont. Please contact us for more information.

Consent Decree Project Manager Construction Manager, Miami Dade Water and Sewer Department, Florida – The Department has entered into a federally mandated Consent Decree with the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and is committing to making improvements to the wastewater collection and treatment system totaling $1.6 Billion over the next 15 years. On May 21, 2013, the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners authorized the execution of a Consent Decree between Miami-Dade County, the United States of America, the State of Florida and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, for improvements to the County’s wastewater collection and treatment system. AM Trenchless’ role was to provide specialty consulting services for communicating the applicability of pipe bursting of potable water pipe.  AM Trenchless worked directly with Miami Dade Water and Sewer Department, the Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources and AECOM staff to openly discuss pipe bursting and draft a memorandum to approve projects included in the consent decree program. Please contact us for more information.