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EcoCast Stormwater Rehab in El Cajon California

July 2015 The City of El Cajon, California has suffered consistent long-term exposure to excessive groundwater flowers, severe corrosion and several offset joints of corrugated metal pipe in number places. The city's stormwater system was in dire need of repair. As a result, the city put its 2013 project into a bid for a rehabilitation project. Inland Pipe Rehabilitation or IPR was awarded the project with a big under the
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California Culvert Rehab

September 2016 Beginning in 2002, the corrosion of a culvert pipe structure within the 80-acre business park become known within the City of Vista. The City of Vista, located in the heart of Southern California's industrial and commercial hub, began seeking recommendations on the repair of the 15-ft diameter aluminum arch culvert. Any solution with minimal construction footprint was highly needed from the city. The city wanted to minimize impacts
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Geopolymer mortar system in the U.S. Army

September 2016 The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center and Fort Bragg’s Directorate of Public Works demonstrated and validated the performance characteristics of a new geopolymer mortar liner system for culvert rehabilitation at Simmons Army Airfield, North Carolina. This rehabilitation technique uses geopolymer mortars that are often from the aluminosilicate family and are blended with Portland cement. This geopolymer mortar formulation can be centrifugally cast to reline pipelines while
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Dallas’ Elm Fork Water Treatment Plant CIPP Repair

Read the full online article Common logic tells us there are some things that simply cannot be put off. The repair or renewal of our nation’s water infrastructure is one of them. Statistics show that when a water main breaks it typically is found to be roughly 45 years old. It also is estimated that 25% of all water mains are more than 50 years old. Because most piping systems
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