Kensington Heights Sewer Rehabilitation Project

The Hamilton Township Municipal Authority (HTMA) has authorized Performance Pipelining, Inc. (PPI) to rehabilitate certain sewer lines and existing service laterals in Kensington Heights.  If you are receiving this information the mainline and lateral that services your home will be part of this rehabilitation project.  This project should not require excavation (other than cleanout installations, if necessary) and homeowners will not be charged anything in addition to normal billing.  The total project will be undertaken in phases; interruptions to service should last only a few hours.  You will be notified before any interruption to service.  Please see the Project Map and Notification attachment for more information.  We will continue to provide project updates and information on our website as work commences. 

Performance Pipelining, Inc. (PPI) has revised their schedule for CCTV and other preparatory work to begin closer to the week of August 16th or August 23rd.
Performance Pipelining, Inc. (PPI) is scheduled to begin their CCTV (closed-circuit televised video) and other preparatory work for the Kensington Heights Sewer Rehabilitation Project on Monday, August 23, 2021.  Mr. Garrett Washington will be the project manager for Performance Pipelining, Inc.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Hamilton Township Municipal Authority office at (717) 264-8959.
Performance Pipelining, Inc. (PPI) is scheduled to start preparatory work for lining the sewer mainline on Wednesday, October 27, 2021. Actual lining should commence on Thursday/Friday of next week. PPI will be placing door hangers out to provide homeowners with important and informative information prior to the start of work. The Hamilton Township Municipal Authority does not have PPI's tentative schedule yet, but once it is received we will post it on our website for your reference and convenience. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Hamilton Township Municipal Authority office at (717) 264-8959.
UPDATE: We just received notification from PPI that their schedule has now changed to begin preparatory work for lining the mainline on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, with actual lining commencing on Thursday/Friday of that week.
Due to the impact of inclement weather on the contractor's current work schedule, Performance Pipelining Inc.'s (PPI) schedule is being adjusted to keep the Kensington Heights rehabilitation project advancing forward. As a result, PPI will not be lining the mainline this week as initially projected, but lining of the main should begin early to mid November. PPI has for the most part completed their CCTV investigative work, with the exception of two mainline segments which still need to be completed. PPI does plan to begin installing vac-a-tees next week on November 8, 2021 for those properties that will require a vac-a-tee. Not all properties require the installation of a vac-a-tee, but some will if there is not an existing cleanout that can be used/accessed to line the service lateral. Hamilton Township Municipal Authority personnel will be coming around to talk with each homeowner about the sewer line rehabilitation project and specifics that are relevant to your property. We are planning to try to reach out to homeowners beginning Wednesday afternoon/evening (November 3, 2021); if you are not home when we stop by, we will leave a note asking that you to contact our office.
Performance pipelining Inc. will begin working on the Kensington Heights sewer rehabilitation project today. The Project Manager's name is Garrett Washington and the Field Superintendent's name is Matthew Kline. Their plan is to finish up some CCTV investigative work this morning on Buckingham Drive and a portion of Warwick Drive and install a few vac-a-tees today at: 31 Buckingham Drive, 15 Buckingham Drive, 17 Buckingham Drive and 14 Surrey Court. They will also be performing some preparatory work this week for mainline lining starting Wednesday on Warwick Drive.
All vac-a-tee installations should be completed on November 10, 2021 and it is projected that lining of the sewer mainline will begin on Monday, November 15, 2021. IMPORTANT NOTE: Please make sure to read and follow the information provided on the door hangers that Performance Pipelining Inc. will be hanging on your door in advance of lining.
All planned vac-a-tee installations have been completed with the exception of one for 25 Warwick Drive. The contractor, PPI, plans to begin lining two mainline segments on Saturday, November 13, 2021. They will be lining the mainline at the entrance of Buckingham Drive (top of hill) and the line segment on Warwick Drive (starting at the intersection of Nottingham Drive). UPDATE: A piece of equipment needed to start the lining did not arrive, so lining of the sewer main will not begin until Monday.
LATERAL LINING TO BEGIN ON MARCH 15, 2022: Performance Pipelining, Inc. (PPI) plans to begin the next phase, which is lateral lining on Tuesday, March 15, 2022. PPI will be posting door hangers to notify you in advance of when your lateral lining will be done. Please be sure to read the information on the door hanger. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our office at (717) 264-8959.
WEEK OF 7/18/2022: Performance Pipelining, Inc. (PPI) will be working in the Kensington Heights area the week of July 18, 2022 to complete some of the lateral lining which is part of the rehabilitation project. In advance of the start of work, PPI's staff will be placing door hangers on homes where work will be performed. Please be sure to read the information on the door hanger. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our office at (717) 264-8959.
UPDATE - 7/22/2022: Performance Pipelining, Inc. (PPI) has completed the last of the lateral linings associated with our rehabilitation project. Thank you for the kindness and courtesy you extended to their crew; they greatly appreciated your thoughtfulness and generosity in offering them cold water on the hot days. The last phase of the rehabilitation project will be to have some work performed on some of the manholes. We do not have a date scheduled for this work, but will post updates once work is scheduled. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to our office at (717) 264-8959.