Sewer Lining a Game Changer for The Acme Hotel in Chicago River North Neighborhood
The ACME Hotel, located at 15 E Ohio St in Chicago, had a big problem. The main sewer was broken and waste water was leaking from a break into the ground in front of the hotel and was seeping back into the basement through the foundation wall.
To make matters more troublesome, the building is very old. It was built back in the 1920s as was the main sewer made of vitrified clay tile. It was crumbling and cracking going from the front of the building all the way across Ohio street.
To dig up the sewer pipe and replace it not only would be very difficult and costly, it would be very disruptive to the hotel guests, neighbors and traffic.
Hotel management called us looking for a better solution. Our professional team at American Trenchless Technologies was able to offer a sewer lining solution with minimal impact on the hotel guests and operations.
We provided a thorough, cutting edge, guaranteed sewer lining and completed the job in a fraction of the time and for a fraction of the money, the ACME Hotel would have spent to repair it the conventional, open cut trench, way.