Bypass Pumping & Temporary Pipeline

Bypass Pumping—Simple or complex, we can do it all

Keystone Clearwater offers temporary pipeline and bypass pumping services for any type of complex water management projects, including water, wastewater, and sewer bypass work. We maintain an inventory of hundreds of miles of temporary pipe and pumps sized for any application.

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Experts in building temporary pipeline

Keystone offers turnkey management for all facets of temporary water pipeline projects for municipal water systems, general construction, and natural gas production. Services include permitting and engineering, design, site visit analysis, ROW acquisition, water sourcing, materials and equipment procurement, installation, quality assurance inspection, hydrostatic testing, and operations.

With certified HDPE poly pipe fusion technicians on staff who have the ability to fuse pipe of varying sizes and pressure ratings, Keystone can engineer solutions to challenging transfer operations such as extreme terrain, long-range pumping distances, high total dynamic head conditions, high pressure zones, and high velocity pumping.

Keystone is experienced in installing above ground and below ground water transfer lines, including the installation of all necessary E&S controls and complete pipeline restoration.

Unlike other water transfer companies, Keystone is managed by an experienced team of field operation specialists who understand the regulatory environment within which they operate and can execute all transfer projects in compliance and in an environmentally safe way.

Environmental Protection

Keystone maintains significant experience in the engineering, design, construction, and management of project designs and permits to ensure pipeline projects have minimal environmental impact and are planned appropriately. Keystone’s experienced team of seasoned professionals can properly and efficiently plan the installation of E&S controls, including trench plugs, water bars, filter socks, erosion control matting, and coffer dams. Likewise, Keystone obtains requisite permits for stream and wetlands crossings where they cannot be avoided.