Over the past several years, PEER has been expanding its Field Services discipline, which provides support by: performing mechanical and visual inspection of sanitary sewer and storm sewers; conducting pipeline cleaning and inspection services; executing closed circuit television (CCTV) inspections of mainlines, service connections, and underground structures, such as manholes; locating and inspecting utility structures in roadways and easements; evaluating assets for structural, functional, and constructability conditions; and managing traffic control activities.
What sets PEER’s Field Services discipline apart is its Lateral Inspection capability using the new, state-of-the-art “pan & tilt” camera that allows crews to get a better visual of the pipeline. PEER and our clients alike are excited about this technological advancement in the industry because crews can perform the work more efficiently and thoroughly.
PEER’s Field Staff is NASSCO-certified PACP, MACP, LACP as well as Maryland Certified Temporary Traffic Control managers and has the equipment and experience to perform a wide range of small to large complex projects in a safe and timely manner using a variety of equipment, including: six sets of CCTV trucks; three manhole inspection units; one lateral cleanout inspection van; one – 80 GPM straight jet truck; two – 80 combination jet/vac trucks; and, three high output smoke blowers.
Our service areas include:
- Lateral Inspections with a “pan& tilt” camera
- Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Inspections & Pipe Cleaning
- Manhole Inspections & Locations
- Sewer System Evaluation Studies (SSES)
- Infiltration & Inflow (I&I) Studies
- Smoke Testing
- Dyed-Water Testing
- Flow Monitoring, Isolation & Measurement
- Hydrant & Valve Testing & Maintenance
- Water Main Inspection
- Traffic Control
To Learn More:
Download a copy of our latest Field Services brochure by clicking on the following link: Field Services Brochure
Our Field Services discipline has been featured in Trenchless World Magazine for a current project we are working on. To read the full, please click on the following link: Reducing Risks and Increasing Safety