Stormwater Drain

Stormwater

City-Wide Lining and Pipe Rehabilitation Project

Stormwater Improvements

The City of Raleigh has compiled a list of nine locations where drainage infrastructure requires evaluation and repair.  Six of those locations are stormwater system repair projects and two locations are drainage assistance projects.

Project Details

 
Type:
Stormwater
Budget:
$300,000
Project Lead:
Stormwater Management
Contractors:
Kimley Horn (Design)

Contact

 

Erik Mayr, PE
Project Manager
erik.mayr@raleighnc.gov
919-996-4077

Lead Department:
Engineering Services
Service Unit:
Stormwater

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Planning

Raleigh Stormwater obtained survey data and video footage of the stormwater systems. The final recommendations will be used to design infrastructure and repairs at the nine project locations.

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Design

The table below provides detailed information about the design phase for each project location. The engineered material used in the lining process is expected to have a long-life expectancy and has proven to be less costly and less disruptive than pipe replacement. This work will extend the life of the existing stormwater system.

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Construction

More information coming soon. Projects in construction will be listed with traffic control information provided.

Lead Department:
Engineering Services

Schedule

DateActivity
Spring 2024Design Phase complete
Fall 2024Construction begins
Early 2025Construction complete

Project Locations

The following projects are separated into the System Repairs or the Drainage Assistance Program (DA).

Project NumberLocationDescriptionType
1Everett AvenueLine 50 linear feet of the existing storm drain system pipes under and along Everett Ave. System Repairs
2Pineview StreetLine 365 linear feet of the existing storm drain system pipes under and Pineview Street from Jarvis Street to Williamson Drive. System Repairs
3Scotland StreetLine 20 linear feet of the existing storm drain system pipes along Lassiter Mill Road.System Repairs
4Forsyth StreetLine 65 linear feet of the existing storm drain system pipes under Forsyth Street and two properties east of the intersection with Granville Drive.System Repairs
5Burkwood LaneLine 140 linear feet of the existing storm drain system pipes between 100 and 104 Burkwood Lane.System Repairs
6Tollington DriveLine 500 linear feet of the existing storm drain system pipes along Tollington Drive.System Repairs
7Crandon LaneLine 400 linear feet of the existing storm drain system pipes under Crandon Lane at Forham Lane, and between 3200 and 3120 Crandon Lane.DA
8Fairlie PlaceLine 300 linear feet of the existing storm drain system pipes between Fairlie Place and North Exeter Way. Drainage structures will be repaired and sink holes filled in. DA

Locations of Lining Projects

For a full screen view, visit the Stormwater Pipe Lining Projects GIS Map.

Learn about the Types of Repairs

CIPP Lining

A cured-in-place pipe lining is a trenchless pipe repair method that adds pipe lining within an existing pipe.

Video of CIPP repair provided by Pipelining Technologies.

The Trenchless Pipelining Process Explained (C.I.P.P.)