Underground Utilities Installation, Construction & Repair
Main Line Sewer & Underground Water Line Installation
Park’s utility installation services have been trusted in Ohio for over 25 years. Our team has a combined work history of over 150 years installing pipe.
We put our all into every job and guarantee the quality of our underground utility installation. We have the capabilities to perform deep excavations and we thrive on the “tough” projects. No job is too dirty!
We offer underground utility installation services to Ohio and the surrounding areas. Utility installation services are available year-round.
Our underground utilities services include:
- Repair & Replacement
- Catch Basins
Underground Utilities – Replacement or Repair?
Underground utilities affect not only your commercial property, but potentially all properties around you as well. These problems aren’t limited to the pipes themselves.
Entire communities can lose power, water, electricity, gas, and more if your construction contractors aren’t careful. That’s why we follow strict ODOT protocols for every project. Getting official permits and approvals for your project can take some time, so make sure you factor this into your project planning.
Pipe replacement is recommended when you need a long-term solution, or you need to address critical failures like pipe sagging, earth shifting, or severe pipe damage. Pipe replacement involves:
- Shutting off valves leading to the affected pipe
- Excavating down to pipe level
- Removing the old pipe & replacing it with new pipe
- Filling in the trench with a base of construction aggregate and dirt
The process may also require reseeding the affected land or, in some cases, repaving your driving surface. Pipe replacement can prove somewhat costly (unless it requires only a minimally invasive shallow dig). But this solution will shore up your pipe system for decades.
Pipe lining is typically a temporary fix, or used when the site conditions are too dangerous for a full replacement. This includes:
- Unstable ground
- Very rocky subsurface
- Narrow access points
- Existing structures above the line
- Risk of a cave-in
Pipe lining can add years to the life of your utilities, or strengthen existing pipes while you prepare for a full replacement.