Chuck PulaskiChuck Pulaski is the Director of Operations for the deployment team. He has 28 years of experience in the wastewater conveyance industry. Under Mr. Pulaski’s supervision, RedZone has successfully inspected several hundred thousand feet of small and large diameter pipes utilizing multi‐sensor technology throughout North America. He oversees the robotic equipment and maintains the working capability. Mr. Pulaski maintains a current Confined Space, NASSCO PACP, MACP and LACP.
Director of Operations/Superintendent
Large Diameter Condition Assessment, Augusta, Georgia, Date of Services 2015-2017
Mr. Pulaski provided the project management for the inspection of small diameter of 1,800,000 LF and approximately 60 miles of the Augusta mid diameter (24”) to large diameter (88”) pipes in their collection system. For pipes greater than 36” in diameter, multi‐sensor inspection (MSI) was required.
The inspection consisted of using the Solo, autonomous robot squads and the Responder robotic platform and the HD Profiler floating vessel platform for the varying pipe conditions. With over 1,000 miles in the City’s system, portions of the large diameter interceptors are brick lined and constructed in the late 1800s along with the historic Augusta Canal.
Peachtree City, GA, Your Entire System Program, Peachtree City, Georgia, Date of Services 2015- 2017
Mr. Pulaski provided the project management for the Peachtree City, GA, systemwide assessment for obtaining the 1,105,000 LF of collection system. RedZone imported 95,000 LF of legacy data into ICOM, creating a centralized system of record for the abundant sewer system. RedZone Robotics inspected pipe ranging in sizes from 6‐inches to 36‐inches to determine the conditional assessment of the system. The data was coded to PACP standard and gave the city a complete system of record which initially took 15 months to complete and on a continual basis for years after. Peachtree said it would of took them 15 years to gather on their own.
Two Rivers Water Reclamation Authority Internal Inspection of Sanitary Gravity Sewer Collection System, Monmouth County, New Jersey, Project Completed: December 2015
Mr. Pulaski provided the project management for the system wide sewer evaluation of the collection system for the Two Rivers Water Reclamation Authority which owns, operates, and maintains its own Sanitary Sewer System which has approximately 120 miles in the sewer collection system. The TRWRA serves the New Jersey communities of Fair Haven, Little Silver, Monmouth Beach, Oceanport, Shrewsbury Borough and Township, West Long Branch, Rumson, Fort Monmouth, Sea Bright, Tinton Falls, Eatontown, and Red Bank.
RedZone Robotics was selected from an invitation to bid process. For the 500,000 LF of small diameter pipelines, 8” to 12”, RedZone utilized the Solo autonomous robot for the inspection process. For the 101,000 LF of mid to large diameter pipelines, RedZone utilized the Responder robot and MD and HD profiler vessels to capture an advanced multi‐sensor assessment of digital CCTV, Sonar, and laser profiling. 2,100 manholes were also inspected in the system. The collection system data was placed on RedZone Robotics ICOM asset management program.