"I wanted to take this opportunity to update you all on our progression in Narberth with our 2018 PECO AGIMP project. Since the last email the crew we had laying main on Forrest Ave have completed their installation and the main was brought on gas yesterday. They have moved to the Narberth Ave project. They will start at Haverford Ave and progress toward Woodbine where the first section will be tied in on both ends and gas on. After that they will progress on Narberth Ave to and through the intersection at Montgomery Ave and Narberth Ave and complete the second phase tie in and gas on.
The crew laying main on Woodbine between Montgomery Ave and Essex Ave have completed the installation and gas on procedure. This crew will be moving to the installation of the gas main under the culvert at Woodside and Wynnewood rd. upon the completion of the installation of the main through the culvert the crew will continue to lay the main up Wynnewood Rd to the train bridge then gas on for all the pipe installed.
The main crew installing on Meeting house Lane between Iona Ave and Montgomery Ave as well as Williams Ave between Meetinghouse and Woodbine have completed their installation and gas on procedure. They then moved to Wayne Ave between Narberth and Essex and have got the gas on there as well. They have moved to Grayling Ave between Price ave and Woodbine and we expect to have the gas on this main by the end of next week. This crew will then be moving on to another township.
The conversion of the gas main on Barrie rd off of Essex Ave is scheduled to be done on Friday July 6th.
The service crews have moved over to our work in Lower Merion township on Montgomery Ave . Since the last email they have completed the services on :
The service crews should be in Lower Merion for the bulk of next week possibly returning Friday after the 4th of July or the week following. Upon there return they will be working on the services in the Essex ave and Wynnedale project.
If there are any questions or issues please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Thank you for your ongoing support." Rich Brunner, Supervisor
News compiled by Ed Ridgway, NBA president, and marketing consultant at Main Line PR