Workers for Utility Asset Management, Inc., of Georgia, work on the Lawton Canal storm water pump station in Sea Pines on Sept. 3, 2014. The work involves draining the pumps, clearing debris, filling leaks and re-routing the pipes underneath Greenwood Drive at the Lawton Canal station, as well as using a 2-inch concrete liner inside the new pipes.
Workers for Utility Asset Management, Inc., of Georgia, work on the Lawton Canal storm water pump station in Sea Pines on Sept. 3, 2014. The work involves draining the pumps, clearing debris, filling leaks and re-routing the pipes underneath Greenwood Drive at the Lawton Canal station, as well as using a 2-inch concrete liner inside the new pipes. Theophil Syslo
Workers for Utility Asset Management, Inc., of Georgia, work on the Lawton Canal storm water pump station in Sea Pines on Sept. 3, 2014. The work involves draining the pumps, clearing debris, filling leaks and re-routing the pipes underneath Greenwood Drive at the Lawton Canal station, as well as using a 2-inch concrete liner inside the new pipes. Theophil Syslo

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