Anza sewer is a project where an outdated sewer line is getting updated. It requires Boudreau to tap into an existing sewer line and abandon the old sewer line. Anza Sewer is a technical project with deep trenches, pits and bores. The pits start at 20 feet deep and go up to 34 feet at its deepest point where it connects to the existing sewer. The deep trenches and pits are not the only technical aspects of the project. In order to lay the new sewer line, the Boudreau crew had to bore under a conflicting storm drain line, all of which was done in trenches and pits that were between 20 and 24 feet deep. None of this could have been accomplished without a team effort. Boudreau utilized the expertise and knowledge of engineers and consultants from their partnering vendors to execute this in a timely and safe manner, displaying a “can do” attitude.