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Rockland County Interceptor Sewer Rehabilitation
A scheduled five-year CCTV inspection of a 750-lf, 36-in. reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) sewer interceptor revealed near total failure.
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40 FEET DEEP & ABOUT TO FAIL – TOMHANNOCK RESERVOIR NY
Tomhannock Reservoir, located in the state of New York, is more than 5 miles long and holds 12.3 billion gallons when full.
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Fixing Big Culverts Without Disrupting Traffic in Grottoes, VA
Grottoes, Virginia, a town of 2,600, has the usual complement of underground infrastructure that make any town work, and in 2013 one significant asset, a large stormwater system, was in trouble.
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More Than MANHOLES

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More Than MANHOLES
Trenchless technology and AP/M Permaform president Bill Shook go together like beer and pretzels or bacon and eggs or peanut butter and jelly.
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ALDOT Hwy 280 - Stormwater Magazine

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ALDOT Hwy 280 - Stormwater Magazine
Flooding, sinkholes, danger, suspense, a race against time, and Mother Nature--this story is not the latest adventure film served up by Hollywood, but it could be!
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Groundbreaking Colorado Project Rehabs Culverts with CCCP
Centrifugally cast concrete pipe (CCCP) is an established trenchless rehabilitation solution for large diameter sewers and culverts and is gaining ground with state departments of transportation (DOTs), which are traditionally conservative when adopting new technology.
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