Founded in 2006, SAK Construction has built a reputation as an industry leader and is recognized as one of the nation’s most respected pipeline rehabilitation contractors. Led by industry pioneers, Bob Affholder, Jerry Shaw and Tom Kalishman, SAK has become one of the fastest growing privately owned construction companies in the United States.
SAK Construction, LLC (SAK), a national pipeline rehabilitation and tunneling services contractor is a leading provider of pipeline rehabilitation services. The company solves the challenge of maintaining and restoring aging water and sanitary infrastructure for the municipal, energy and industrial markets of OMNIA Partners.
Pipeline Renewal Tech
SAK delivers a breadth of services to solve your agency's most complex pipeline challenges. Whether renewing aging pipeline or expanding water and wastewater systems, we draw on the latest proven technologies to customize the right solution for your situation.
Aging sanitary and stormwater systems endanger the economic, public, and environmental wellbeing of cities nationwide. But for too many cash strapped communities, the cost in time, money and hassle to dig up and replace pipeline can outweigh the benefits. With our innovative CIPP technology, SAK has saved communities millions of dollars by restoring pipeline instead of replacing it.
- Efficient: Lower maintenance costs. Raised pressure and flow capacity. Renewed structural capacity. CIPP’s strong, smooth “pipe-within-a-pipe” makes your system more efficient
- Strong: Jointless from one manhole to the next, CIPP reduces groundwater infiltration into sewer mains and prevents sewage exfiltration through seams or cracks. And CIPP is corrosion resistant to extend the life of your pipeline for up to 100 years.
- Accessible: CIPP’s seamless design allows end-to-end installation in hard-to-reach locations under bridges and roadways, along waterways, through rough terrain, and in urban and historic landscapes with minimal disruption to existing infrastructure.
- Community-Friendly: Safer and faster than traditional open-cut methods, CIPP installation requires little if any excavation, minimizing the need for traffic detours or service interruptions.
- Affordable: Costing 20 to 40 percent less up front than open trench rehabilitation, CIPP also saves money in the long run by preventing pipeline breaks, reducing treatment and pumping costs, and minimizing the need for future intervention or maintenance.
STRUCTURAL REHABILITATION MORTAR FOR:
Structural restoration of large diameter pipe, both storm and sewer, consisting of metal, concrete, stone, masonry and others. Other structures such as manholes, wet-wells, and treatment plants also benefit from the superior strength and corrosion resistance properties of this advanced geopolymer.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
- Quality controlled, one-component blend for uniform results
- High early and ultimate compressive, flexural and bond strengths.
- Resistant to acid attack in wastewater streams with pH as low as 1.0 and temperature as high as 170°F for industrial effluent.
- Low permeability
Spiral Wound PVC
- Adaptable: Curves and odd shapes are no match for SPR. Tight curves up to Radius = 5 X Diameter are now possible. Shapes from circular, to square, to rectangular, to horseshoe and even arches are practical applications for SPR.
- Structural: SPR is a customized, structural solution to fix aging pipelines and is designed for installation in live flow conditions. It can be engineered to correct hydraulic anomalies as well as restore the slope of the original pipe. SPR’s materials have been tested in accordance with industry standards and approved to meet ASTM F1697-07 and ASTM F1741-07 specifications.
- Accessible: SPR’s design allows end-to-end installation through existing access and hard-to-reach locations with minimal disruption to existing infrastructure.
- Community-Friendly: Safer and faster than traditional open-cut methods, SPR installation requires little if any excavation, minimizing the need for traffic detours or service interruptions. It’s also well suited to busy traffic areas where the construction site cannot remain overnight.
- Affordable: Costing 20 to 40 percent less up front than open trench rehabilitation, SPR also saves money in the long run by preventing pipeline breaks, reducing treatment and pumping costs, and minimizing the need for future intervention or maintenance.