Organic “High-Build” Spray-in-Place Liners – An Emerging Class of Rehabilitation Methods

By Erez N. Allouche, PhD, P. Eng. and Eric J. Steward, Trenchless Technology Center, Louisiana Tech University | June 2009 Vol. 64 No. 6

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TTC Industry Advisory Board
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Ben R. Bogner, AOC, LLC
Robert Cannon, Composites One
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Lynn Osborn, Insituform Technologies, Inc.
Larry Kiest, Jr, LMK Enterprises, Inc.
Michael Burkhard, Reline America, Inc
Denise McClanahan, Reynolds Inliner, LLC
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