Warsaw, IN Selects Trenchless Solution
With a population of less than 14,000, Warsaw, Indiana—the ‘Lake City’—is not an especially big town, but it’s snuggled in the midst of four lakes and generates seasonally high quantities of storm water runoff to Tippecanoe River.
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CentriPipe® Saves Budget in Atlantic Beach Storm Sewer
Atlantic Beach is a coastal community of 13,000 people in Duval County, Florida. As the name implies, it has a beach and the nearby ocean affects every aspect of life, including the infrastructure. Atlantic Beach’s biggest subdivision, built in the early 1960s, didn’t really take that into account.
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When Size Matters Rehabilitating large inverted siphons in Louisiana
The Sabine River Authority (SRA) was created in 1949 to equitably distribute the waters of the Sabine River and its tributaries. As part of this distribution, “We provide surface water to 11 industrial customers, such as Conoco and Louisiana Pigment, for cooling and processing,” says SRA facility manager Mike Carr.
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MNDOT District 6 Tests Centrifugally Cast Pipe in Problem Area
“Our district is faced with thousands of deteriorated centerline roadway pipes,” says Ruth Betcher, P.E., hydraulics engineer for the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s (MNDOT) District 6, “and replacing all that pipe is cost prohibitive—and also, citizens don’t welcome detours!
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Clay County Florida - SR 16

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Clay County Florida - SR 16
When Tropical Storm Faye blew across Florida in 2008, stormwater rushed through one of the corrugated steel culvert pipes under State Road 16 in Clay County and began to suck the surrounding soil into the pipe.
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West Lake, Ohio

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West Lake, Ohio
The City of Westlake, Ohio, got an interesting ‘wake up call’ in 2006, when a sanitary sewer interceptor line in nearby City of Lorain failed dramatically.
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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 ...
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    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...
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    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 r...
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