Browsing: Rehabilitation

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Shawinigan is a small town in the Mauricie region of the province of Quebec, Canada. Like most small North American towns, the town was established near a river in the early 1900s, in this case, for its abundant wood that traveled down the rapids to Trois-Rivières, a renowned pulp and paper hub in the province.

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Levees form a critical part of the United States infrastructure, as past flooding has demonstrated. When a levee is breached, it causes both personal and financial hardship. With 43 percent of residents living in a county with at least one levee, their upkeep is essential.

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In the East Bay, Phase 5 of the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District’s sewer rehabilitation program for summer 2014 targets thousands of feet of public sewer mains located primarily in the dry oak-dotted hills of Orinda, Calif. The project calls for replacement of 6-, 8-, and 12-in. mains by either open-cut or pipebursting methods. Some pipelines will be upsized and most run through hillside easements between large well-kept properties in this relatively exclusive area.

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In order to guarantee the supply of high-quality drinking water to residents, AWWA estimates that investments of $526 billion are required for the replacement or renovation of deteriorated water mains in the next 25 years. The latest EPA report on U.S. water infrastructure comes to the conclusion that investments of $248 billion are required over the next 20 years. President Obama just recently signed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) into law to modernize the U.S. water infrastructure.

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In spring and fall of 2013, multiple segments of an existing 15-in. RCP gravity sanitary sewer in the City of Montpelier, Vt., collapsed along a main commuter route in the downtown area causing a system failure. Numerous excavated point repairs were required to get the failed pipe flowing again.

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The unsung hero in CIPP projects is the stuff that makes it stick to the wall of the pipe — the resins.Since 1959, Interplastic Corp. has been manufacturing unsaturated polyester, vinyl ester and specialty resins, gel coats, colorants and putties under the CoREZYN, Silmar and Integrity brand names for the composites and cast polymer industries.

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To gauge the pulse of the industry, Trenchless Technology annually hosts a gathering of industry leaders to discuss the trends and issues facing the trenchless market, as well as the future outlook. To help focus the discussion, we approach it from a certain angle or viewpoint.

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The success of a recent water main replacement in Moorhead, Minn., backed by positive readings from a digital pressure and pullback monitor, helped change some minds about restrained-joint PVC pipe’s resilience in static pipe bursting applications.

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Over years of use, sewer lines suffer damage that can include holes, cracks and erosion. To ensure the continued function and safety of aging collection systems, owners must routinely undertake extensive pipe repairs and rehabilitation. Various technologies are used for this purpose.

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The Consolidated Mutual Water Co. (Consolidated) serves approximately 90,000 residents in Lakewood, Wheat Ridge and unincorporated portions of central Jefferson County in the ‘Metro’ area around Denver, Colo.

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TT Technologies has literally grown up with the trenchless technology industry, coming into being before the term “trenchless” became synonymous with the rehabilitation of underground infrastructure that it is today.This Aurora, Ill.-based business is one of a handful of companies that drew its first breaths at the onset of the trenchless technology revolution…

Pipe Relining Insituform Intracoastal Waterway Rehab
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Forty years ago, the rehabilitation of an egg-shaped sewer was successfully completed in the London Borough of Hackney.

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Today, diversification can be a double-edged sword. Spread yourself too thin,and it’s a slippery slope…

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