Rehabilitation

In response to applications requiring upgrade or renewal of extended runs of large diameter pipelines using trenchless methods, Structural Technologies created the StrongPIPE Hybrid FRP system.

Radiodetection’s new range of precision locators builds on the high-performance and ergonomics of the RD7000+ and RD8000 platforms adding the ability to detect RF utility markers, also known as EMS or Omnimarkers.

When the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County (LACSD) were formed in the 1920s, the agency embarked on its first major project – the construction of the backbone trunk sewer of the Joint Outfall System (JOS).

The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) recently awarded CH2M HILL a contract to provide professional engineering services as part of an $880 million plan to restore the Everglades.

RJN Group Inc. is in the midst of a sewer rehabilitation and improvement design project in the Stokes Pump Station Tributary Area for the City of Hot Springs, AR, to assist with wet weather flows.

Aegion Corporation recently announced that its subsidiary, Insituform Technologies, has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $10 million from the City of Baltimore, MD.

The Oklahoma State Capitol sits on more than 100 acres in NE Oklahoma City.

LMK Technologies announces that the self-driven Schwalm Robotic pipe renovation system is now compatible with Sewer Pipeline Inspection Camera Systems resulting in increased pipe renovation capabilities at a reduced cost to contractors and utility owners throughout North America.

Lining systems by MaxLiner, IPR, National Liner, LMK Technologies, RS Technik, Applied Felts, SAERTEX multiCom, CIPP Corporation, Fibrwrap Construction, Inliner Technologies, Reline America, Masterliner, Perma-Liner Industries, Insituform, Miller Pipeline, Danby, Sekisui SPR Americas and SWP-Systems GmbH.

Centrifugally cast, fiberglass-reinforced, polymer mortar HOBAS pipe is suitable for new construction and rehab of critical installations including storm and sanitary sewers, potable water and corrosive environments.

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