Water service for Canton Township, MI, residents along Fair Oak Drive and Suffolk Court has been improved with a water main replacement project that addresses frequent breaks experienced over the last few years. Located in the northern part of the Township’s 430-mile-long water distribution system, the ductile iron water main was originally constructed in the 1980s. The replacement project included 3,200 feet of 8-inch PVC pipe installed through pipe bursting to limit disruption to residents and property restoration needs. The water main on Suffolk Court was upsized from 6-inch to 8-inch pipe to improve water pressure and flow in the area. Wade Trim provided design and construction administration services for the project.