2010 Steel Pipeline and Pipe Fabrication Project of the Year Award Winners

2010 Pipe Fabrication Project of the Year

Combination Steel Fittings 
Combination steel fittings included a 102-inch x 102-inch diameter tee with three piece crotch plate reinforcement and riser pipe section fitting complete with one dished head end and two 30-inch diameter outlets.  The cylinder thickness is 3/4 inch and the crotch plate thickness is 4 inches.  The combination fitting weighed 35 tons in one piece.  An additional 102-inch diameter steel pipe was also installed to extend the riser pipe to the ground surface.

ASTM A570 grade 70 steel plates were used to fabricate the fitting and crotch plate reinforcement.  The weld seams of the fitting were stress-relieved and the whole fitting was hydrostatically tested.

Project:  San Vincente Pipeline West Shaft
Owner:  San Diego County Water Authority
Location: San Diego, CA

Ameron International, Water Transmission Group
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

2010 Pipeline Project of the Year

(2) 66Diameter Steel Pipelines
This project included two 66-inch diameter steel pipelines with 310 feet of a seismically-designed special trench thicker-walled pipe.  66″ to 96″ inside diameter, 1/2″ to 1″ thick steel cylinder with an epoxy lining, 80 mils coating and a 1″ cement mortar overcoat and epoxy lined & coated.  The 40 feet long pipe sections were lap-welded and butt-welded and the total length of the project was about 7,900 feet.

Alameda Siphon No. 4
Owner:  San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Location: Fremont, CA

Ameron International, Water Transmission Group
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

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