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Cost of Culvert Failure

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Cost of Culvert Failure
As America’s infrastructure ages, the risk of failures increases. Bridge corrosion, road and utility degradation are becoming an increasing concern for agencies across the United States. Culvert pipe failures under major roads throughout the United States are no different as these catastrophic failures have resulted in sinkholes, road damage and flooding
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White Paper: Criteria for Choosing Appropriate Large-Diameter Sewer Rehabilitation Solutions
CCCP emerges as an extremely flexible and effective solution for most trenchless large-diameter sewer rehabilitations, especially where the rehabilitation must be structurally sound and cannot reduce flow capacities. Since CCCP is also extremely cost-effective, especially compared to CIPP, it should be on the ‘short list’ of desirable options for large-diameter sewer rehabilitation projects.
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A Difficult Job Made Easy

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A Difficult Job Made Easy
New York interstate 684 connects Connecticut with New York City, and is one of the state’s busiest thoroughfares. Near the border, its six lanes of traffic are nearly always busy. Shutting down 684 for something as mundane as culvert rehabilitation isn’t really an option.
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Rehabilitating Saskatchewan culverts in record low temperatures
Cold winters in Saskatchewan aren't news but even so, January and February in 2014 were special; "Temperatures were ridiculous," says Doug Cook, general manager for Winnipeg-based MuddRuckers, Inc.
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Filling the Void

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Filling the Void
When passersby reported strange smells near the intersection of Brookhurst and Hamilton in Huntington Beach, Calif., city officials looked into the matter.
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40 Feet Deep & About to Fail

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40 Feet Deep & About to Fail
Tomhannock Reservoir, located in the state of New York, is more than 5 miles long and holds 12.3 billion gal when full. Parts of the reservoir’s earth-filled dam date back to 1900, which means that repairs often are needed.
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