Kana Pipeline Starts New Apartment Home Community Project

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Kana Pipeline started the underground wet utility pipeline residential construction project on a 15 acre site, called Cadenza, where a 262-unit apartment home community will be built in an area that is known as Cypress Village Planning Area 40. The estimated completion and grand opening of these new apartments is slated to open to the public next year, in February.

Sewer Pipeline Installation at New Residential Construction Project

New Underground Pipeline Construction Starts at Cadenza Apartment Homes on Fastrack Schedule.

Kana Pipeline started the underground pipeline construction portion of this residential project, beginning with sewer pipelines. The project is not far from the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station base, south of Trabuco Road, between Jeffrey Road and Sand Canyon Avenue; just north of the Interstate 5 freeway. The plans were prepared for The Irvine Company Apartment Communities and Kana Pipeline was contracted to do the underground wet utilities by California Pacific Homes (CalPac), who is performing the general contracting operations for The Irvine Company.

This particular project encompasses a 15-acre site, called Cadenza, where a 262-unit apartment home community is to be built in part of an area that is known as Cypress Village Planning Area 40, Site 2. The estimated completion of these new apartment homes is slated for a grand opening to the public next year, in February.

Approximately 4,500 linear feet of 6” and 8” PVC sewer pipeline, raven-coated sewer manholes and cleanouts will be part of the sewer infrastructure. Additionally, domestic, reclaimed and fire water pipeline will be part of the water pipeline system, totaling approximately 5,000 linear feet of pipe, water services, fire hydrant assemblies, backflows, fire department connections and double detector checks. Precise grading area storm drainage pipeline and other drainage system construction work consists of approximately 5,000 linear feet of PVC and reinforced concrete pipelines (RCP) ranging in size from 4” to 36” inch diameter pipe, yet to be installed.

“The schedules put forth by CalPac are very tight,” said Kana’s Project Manager, Eugene Figueros, “but Kana Pipeline has been able to perform and make it happen.” Eugene is confident that, although there are 50 working days given to substantially complete all pipeline infrastructures on this project, with its track record in having worked for the Irvine Company before on other residential projects, such as Stonegate East, Kana will deliver its portion of the project as scheduled, to make way for other critical path construction activities. Kana Pipeline has proven teams that are dedicated to achieving results in following with the Company’s core values.

About Kana Pipeline, Inc.:
Kana Pipeline is a leading underground wet utility pipeline construction company that installs sewer, water pipe, fireline and storm drainage systems for public and private residential, commercial, industrial and institutional projects throughout Southern California. Kana Pipeline also specializes in Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), specifically; vacuum utility potholing and private utility locating services.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release and to learn more on water, sewer pipeline and storm drainage systems, visit http://www.KanaPipeline.com or contact Eleni Christianson.

Media Relations:
Eleni Christianson
Kana Pipeline
714-986-1400
http://www.KanaPipeline.com    
echristianson(at)KanaPipeline.com

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