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STATE OF NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF ROADS
1/13/2015 7:57:00 AM
Centripipe is approved, and is being placed on the Nebraska Department of Roads Approved Products List (APL).
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MOP 120 Trenchless Renewal of Culverts & Storm Sewers
1/13/2015 7:56:00 AM
ASCE Pipelines 2010 Conference: Climbing New Peaks to Infrastructure Reliability. Renew, Rehab and Reinvest
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The Economic Costs of Culvert Failures
1/13/2015 7:49:00 AM
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.
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Catching up on Culvert Repair
Posted on 3/8/2017 8:53:00 PM
Oregon Department of Transportation tests trenchless solution
ODOT Repairs arched culverts from the inside
Posted on 12/12/2016 11:38:00 AM
Arched culverts made of corrugated metal plates bolted together are a common featyre in Ohio's sewer infrastructure.
Rockland County Interceptor Sewer Rehabilitation
Posted on 12/12/2016 11:35:00 AM
A scheduled five-year CCTV inspection of a 750-lf, 36-in. reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) sewer interceptor revealed near total failure.
White Paper: Criteria for Choosing Appropriate Large-Diameter Sewer Rehabilitation Solutions
Posted on 1/14/2015 1:32:00 PM
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 ...
Cost of Culvert Failure
Posted on 1/14/2015 1:34:00 PM
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...
40 Feet Deep & About to Fail
Posted on 1/12/2015 7:08:00 PM
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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