• Implementing the power of TRENCHLESS UTILITY SOLUTIONS

What’s The Problem?

While many existing systems have functioned well beyond their reasonably anticipated service life, a large proportion of underground systems are significantly deteriorated and need costly maintenance and repair. Common problems involve corrosion and deterioration of pipe materials, failure or leakage of pipe joints, and reduction of flow due to mineral deposits and debris build up inside the pipe. Damage to existing pipes can also occur by ground movements due to adjacent construction activity, uneven settlement or other ground instability. This leads to infiltration and inflow (I&I), pipe failures, pipe blockages, and SSO’s (Sanitary Sewer Overflows) in sewer systems. In water systems, it leads to flow and pressure reductions, persistent leakage, burst pipes, and poor water quality. Additionally, in gas pipelines, undetected leakage can lead to the possibility of explosions. These problems tend to increase with the age of the network where maintaining this large network of underground sewer, water, and gas pipelines is difficult and costly. The above problems are compounded by the significant negative impacts (of open cut repair or replacement projects) on the daily life, traffic, and commerce of the area served by and along the pipeline in question.

What We Offer

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Implementing the power of TRENCHLESS UTILITY SOLUTIONS. Trenchless technology is a type of subsurface construction work that requires few trenches or no continuous trenches. It can be defined as “a family of methods, materials, and equipment capable of being used for the installation of new or replacement or rehabilitation of existing underground infrastructure with minimal disruption to surface and other activities.


Our Services

Pipe Extraction

New method and technology that makes replacing old steel pipe easier, safer,…

Cured-In-Place Pipe

A cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) is a trenchless rehabilitation method used to repair…

Point Repair Solutions

Point Repair is the ideal solution to structurally repair sections of otherwise…
IMS Robotics

IMS Robotics

Clearwater Contracting LLC offers In-House IMS Robotic services for residential lateral lines…

Gas Line Slitting

Advanced same path™ technology for plastic gas lines Patented specialized tooling is…

Pneumatic Pipe Bursting

Optimized for Sewer Applications A pneumatic hammer is attached to an expander…

Static Pipe Bursting

Preferred in Water, Sewer, Storm Drain, and Gas Applications These systems can…

Lateral Pipe Bursting

Compact design for lateral replacement Lateral replacement systems use static force to…
Design Build

Design-Build Contracts

Did you know that design-build construction accounts for 40% of all non-residential…

Advantages of Going Trenchless

Eliminates digging a new trench, disturbing additional ground, protects existing improvements already in place, risk reduction in damaging adjacent utilities, potential to rehabilitate or increase pipe diameter, restore or increase flow capacity, reduction in groundwater de-watering, removes requirements for new easements that encumber your property, major reduction in engineering and design costs associated with utility reconstruction and relocation projects, and so much more.


“When sewer, water, and utility lines become damaged, time is of the essence. Waiting too long to repair the damage can result in more catastrophic consequences, and people must suffice without the services that make life easier. To exacerbate the problem, a team must dig far below the ground to locate and diagnose the problem. Thankfully, trenchless repair is making the time-consuming effort of digging holes obsolete. If you need to repair sewer, water, or utility lines, discover the benefits of going trenchless. Trenchless construction and trenchless rehabilitation can both be used to install new pipelines as well as upgrade deteriorated systems without posing health risks or affecting the daily lives of busy working people.”

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