Water Supply Pipes Relined in Warsaw’s Saxon Gardens
Customer: The National Opera House, Warsaw, Poland.
Site: A water reservoir in the Saxon Gardens, which historically pumped water from the river to the nearby town. The silo is no longer used to supply the town, but instead is used to supply the fire suppression system in the National Opera House.
System: Four water supply pipes, dating back to the 1960’s, which are used to supply the park fountains and the fire suppression system for the nearby opera house.
Problem: The aged system was severely corroded, however the pipes could not be easily repaired or replaced as they were encased in concrete at the bottom of the tank.
Solution: CapCon Poland technicians were able to successfully rehabilitate the aged system without dig or destructing the original architecture in the historic garden. The system was restored back to its original diameter before the Nu Drain structural liner was installed from existing access points. The process was completed within three days and no digging was required.