Prism Awarded Annual Trenchless Pipeline Rehab Services Contract

Prism Contractors & Engineers, Inc. was awarded the Annual Trenchless Pipeline Rehab Services Contract for the James City Service Authority (JCSA).  Work will include the following:

  • Preliminary closed circuit television (CCTV) inspections of existing sanitary sewer piping system
  • Pre-cleaning of the sanitary sewer piping systems scheduled to receive rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation of piping systems utilizing trenchless rehab methods to include CIPP
  • Open/reinstate all existing active lateral connections after a liner has cured
  • Perform a NASSCO PACP post-construction/rehabilitation CCTV video inspection of piping system sections receiving rehabilitation.

The JCSA owns, finances, constructs, operates, and maintains public water and sanitary sewer systems with in James City County, Virginia and limited sections of York County and the City of Williamsburg. Operational and maintenance responsibilities include wells, water treatment facilities, water distribution lines, sanitary sewer pumping stations, sanitary sewer collection lines, sanitary sewer transmission mains, administration buildings, vehicles, equipment and materials. Although the JCSA works closely with other James City County (JCC) departments, the JCSA operates as a separate legal entity. The JCSA provides services to approximately 23,000 water customers and 24,000 wastewater customers, serving a population of approximately 73,767 people. JCSA has 96 employees organized into 4 departments; Administration, Customer Service, Operations (field services) and Engineering.

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2019 AutumnFest Schedule

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2019 Schedule

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Check-in, Continental Breakfast and Exhibitor Booths
8:00 AM – 8:05 AM Opening Remarks: David Reaves, President
8:05 AM – 8:35 AM I.S.G: CCTV Lateral Launching with Envirosight
8:05 AM – 9:10 AM I.S.T North America: Latest Technology to Monitor UV Cure
9:15 AM – 9:45 AM Atlantic Machinery: Laser Profiling Demonstration with Rausch Technology
9:45 AM – 10:15 AM Networking, Exhibitor Booths, Closest to the Pin
10:15 AM – 10:45 AM Aqua: Case Study – Budget for I&I or Expand the Wastewater Plant?
10:50 AM – 11:20 AM Lateral Rehab Panel Discussion
11:25 AM – 11:40 AM Carter Machinery: Machine Telematics Systems
11:45 AM – 12:15 PM Keynote Speaker: Sheila Joy, NASSCO Executive Director
12:15 PM – 1:15 PM Networking, Exhibitor Booths, Closest to the Pin
1:15 PM – 1:45 PM LMK Technologies: Seamless Molded Hydrophilic Gaskets for Long-Term Watertightness of Cured-in-Place Rehabilitation of Main and Lateral Pipelines
1:50 PM – 2:20 PM Delta Systems Environmental: Collection System Flow Monitoring
2:25 PM – 2:55 PM Sprayroq: The Benefits of Relining Underground Structures
2:55 PM – 3:00 PM Closing Remarks

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Prism is Soliciting Minority Business Participation

Gravity Sewer Rehabilitation FY 2017-2019
Bid Date: Wednesday, July 17 by 12:00 p.m.
Proposals Due: Thursday, July 18 by 3:00 p.m.
Location: Carrboro, NC
Owner: Orange Water and Sewer Authority
Pre-Bid: N/A
Chief Estimator: Michelle Krewinghaus, 757-874-5670,
Scope of Work:
The Project consists of various sewer rehabilitation projects throughout the OWASA service area. The project areas are located throughout the Town of Chapel Hill. The
Project includes, but is not limited to, furnishing of labor materials, and equipment for the construction of the following: 8-in diameter gravity sewer to be rehabilitated using
cured-in-place lining; rehabilitation of existing manholes using cementitious lining systems; other manhole rehabilitation work including, but not limited to flexible
interior/exterior chimney seals, locating and raising manholes, rebuilding bench and channels, install inside drops, and resetting/replacing frame and covers; traffic control;
and bypass pumping and all associated appurtenances as described in the Specifications and as shown on the Drawings.
Project Specs and Plans

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PACP, MACP, LACP Certification and Re-Certification

PACP, MACP, LACP Certification and Re-Certification

When: Wednesday, July 15-17, 2019, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: Prism Contractors & Engineers, Inc.
1568 Manufacture Drive
Williamsburg,VA 23185

Trainer: David A. Reaves, P.E., L.S., 757-874-5670,

Register: Contact Tami Chatterton by email at or phone at 757-874-5670

Trainer Bio: David Reaves is a two-time graduate of Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (1992) and a Master of Science Degree (1994) with a concentration in Engineering Management. David is a certified trainer for NASSCO and can teach classes for Pipeline Assessment Certification (PACP), Lateral Certification Assessment (LACP), Manhole Certification Assessment (MACP), and Inspector Training and Certification (ITCP) for Trenchless Rehabilitation. David also teaches classes at the college level for civil engineering as time allows and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

David has twenty-seven (27) years of sanitary sewer related experience. David started his career as the Regional Wastewater Commodity Manager for the Navy in the Hampton Roads area. After five (5) years and over 50 million dollars worth of completed construction, David took a job as Wastewater Operations Manager for the City of Hampton. Over the course of the next five (5) years, David doubled the number of people and the budget for sanitary sewer repairs while doing all work in-house at rates less than or comparable to contractors. David managed a sanitary sewer system that generated over 10 million gallons per day from 150,000 residents. As owner of Prism Contractors & Engineers, Inc., David has successfully managed the cleaning and television inspection of over 3 million feet of sanitary sewer pipe.