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• Pipe Lining and Replacement School (includes trenchless renewal and pipe bursting/removal methods)
This school will provide essential information about rehabilitation and renewal/replacement of old and deteriorating pipelines using trenchless technology methods, including CIPP, spray-on linings, pipe bursting, sliplining, modified sliplining and close-fit pipe. Design, construction, inspection and QA/QC methods will be discussed. New applications, such as use of carbon fibers, also will be presented. Taking Pipe School is recommended in conjunction with this course.
• Pipe Jacking and Microtunneling School (includes bore and jack, box culvert, ramming methods)
This school provides details regarding conventional pipe jacking, as well as microtunneling, horizontal auger boring, pipe ramming and culvert applications. Taking Pipe School or Geotechnical School is recommended in conjunction with this course.
*Early registration and multiple attendee discounts apply. Rates are per person; must be from the same organization to qualify.
Register by Nov. 1, these rates apply:
1 person, 1 school: $396 1 person, 2 schools: $636
2 people*, 1 school: $356 2 people*, 2 schools: $572
3 or more*, 1 school: $404 3 or more*, 2 schools: $541
Register by Dec. 1, these rates apply:
1 person, 1 school: $445 1 person, 2 schools: $715
2 people*, 1 school: $401 2 people*, 2 schools: $644
3 or more*, 1 school: $379 3 or more*, 2 schools: $667
Register Dec. 2-Jan. 23, these rates apply:
1 person, 1 school: $495 1 person, 2 schools: $795
2 people*, 1 school: $445 2 people*, 2 schools: $715
3 or more*, 1 school: $421 3 or more*, 2 schools: $676
NOTE: Attendance is limited for each class – register early and save.
Fundamental Engineering Approach To Structural Rehabilitation Design Of Rigid Pipes
Monday, Jan. 23
8 am-5 pm
This 8-hour workshop will present the essential engineering concepts required to produce valid structural rehabilitation designs for rigid pipes (i.e., increased structural capacity of the deteriorated host pipe). These concepts include engineering models of buried structures, soil load estimation and stress/strain analysis of the loaded structure.