Daytona Beach Races Ahead With HDD Solutions

September 2011
Underground Construction;Sep2011, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p81
Trade Publication
The article discusses the repair on a 16-inch-diameter cast iron water main in Daytona Beach, Florida that ruptured. The Dayton Beach's Utilities Department found a speedy solution of reactivating one of the three mains. However, an agenda summary indicated considerable uncertainty as to how the remaining mains could sustain the level of stress. City officials have decided to enlarge the main to approximately 24-inches inner diameter to allow growth and redevelopment on the beach sides.


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