September 2018, Vol. 245, No. 9


PSE&G’s Record Gas Main Project Demonstrates Growing Role of CIPL

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor The roughly half-mile stretch of South Orange Avenue framing the Seton Hall University campus is one of the busiest spots along New Jersey’s County Route 510, and some of its heaviest congestion is hidden beneath the freshly paved lanes that link Newark to the state’s scenic northwest. The cured-in-place liner is guided as it comes out of the drum and enters the host pipe. When Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) identified numerous joint leaks in an aging cast-iron gas main, the Newark-based utility faced the additional challenge of a crowded and complex substructure. Since its construction in

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