Rehabilitation

Aegion Corporation’s subsidiary, Insituform Technologies Inc., has been awarded a $5.6 million contract from the city of Crest Hill, IL. Insituform expects to install approximately 135,000 feet of small- to medium-diameter Insituform cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) in residential neighborhoods throughout Crest Hill, beginning in January 2012.

RJN Group Inc.’s (RJN) CASS WORKS software received NASSCO’s v6.0 Certification in Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP), Manhole Assessment and Certification Program (MACP) and Lateral Assessment and Certification Program (LACP).

Root control products from Vaporooter, Duke's Root Control, RootX

Vaporooter

For the dependable removal and transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous liquids, Super Products has expanded its product line offering with the addition of its new Durasucker, a DOT/ASME approved vehicle for use in industrial and environmental cleanups.

Grouting solutions from Avanti International, Logiball, Aries Industries, Prime Resins and CUES.

Officials from natural gas utilities representing operations in Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin, North Dakota and Michigan, announced the launch of a new safety campaign to raise awareness around natural gas and sewer line cross bore issues, providing solutions to protect the public.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Volunteers are busy finalizing plans for the 2012 RehabZone, the popular sales-free “show within a show” at the annual UCT Show (Underground Construction Technology International Conference & Exposition). The events will be held Jan. 24-26 in San Antonio, TX.

Matt Timberlake, President, Ted Berry, Trenchless Technologies Team LLC, International Pipe Bursting Association Marketing Committee

Pipe bursting is a proven method for replacing underground pipelines and is the only method of pipeline rehabilitation and replacement other than open-cut excavation that can increase the size of an existing utility without trenching. This article will discuss the replacement of private sanitary sewer lateral pipes.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Pipeline Renewal Technologies is introducing an innovative method for monitoring cure temperature of cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) liner installations.

In June 2011, American Airlines’ Tulsa Engineering Facility personnel discovered a severe leak in their fire suppression system following a recent activation. The section of damaged pipeline was approximately 70 feet long and was situated 8 feet below a power substation, and encompassed one 10-inch tee. Dig and replace was not a viable option.

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