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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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Culvert rehabilitation in three easy steps
Lake City, in Clayton County, Ga., is part of the Atlanta metro core and parts are very densely populated.
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Slip-lining versus Relining

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Slip-lining versus Relining
In February, 2013, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways started a culvert repair project on Highway 9 to test three competing methods of culvert rehabilitation.
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Faster repair, replacement, and rehab techniques
Damaged pipes pose a host of problems, from significant maintenance cost to environmental threats.
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Just Peachy

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Just Peachy
Peachtree City, Ga., like many U.S. cities, is struggling to keep up with failing infrastructure. “The Atlanta area was booming in the ‘90s,” said storm water manager Michael Madison. “So that’s when a lot of infrastructure went in. Now it all seems to be failing at once.”
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In The Underground

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In The Underground
Warsaw, Ind.—the “Lake City”—is snuggled in the midst of four lakes and generates seasonally high quantities of storm water runoff to the Tippecanoe River. Inflow and infiltration make erosion a continuing challenge.
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