Prism Contractors and Engineers, Inc. has performed numerous projects for the City of Williamsburg. Completed work has included trenchless rehab, inspection services and utility construction.
Williamsburg was one of America’s first planned cities. Laid out in 1699 under the supervision of Governor Francis Nicholson, it was to be a “new and well-ordered city” suitable for the capital of the largest and most populous of the British colonies in America. Today, Williamsburg is known internationally as the premier center for the preservation and interpretation of American colonial history: The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; and as the home of the nation’s premier small public university: The College of William and Mary.
CCTV Inspected 181,580 LF of Sanitary Sewer (From 2011-2018)
- Installed 2,962 LF of 12″ Cured-In-Place-Pipe
- Installed 142 LF of 6″ Cured-In-Place-Pipe
- Reinstated 9 Laterals
- Installed 2 Cleanout-to-Main Shots
- Installed 6 LMK T-Liners
- Installed 2 LMK Vac-A-Tees
- Installed 109 Frames & Covers
- Applied 464 VLF of Cementitious Coating
- Installed 49 Flex Seals
- Rebuilt 9 Bench and Inverts
- Smoke Tested 300 LF
- 106 Night Time Flow Isolations