COVID-19 UPDATE: As we work through the impacts of COVID-19, we remain committed to the health and safety of our employees and their families first. While following guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO), we will continue to provide service to our customers and community.

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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 Sewer and...
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California Culvert Rehab – City of Vista

September 2016 Vista, California Turns to High Strength Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Concrete to Rehab Culvert In 2002, the corrosion of a culvert pipe structure within the 80-acre business park became known within the City of Vista. The City of Vista, located in the heart of Southern California's industrial and commercial hub,...
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Geopolymer mortar system in the U.S. Army

September 2016 In September 2016, the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center and Fort Bragg's Directorate of Public Works hosted a demonstration for a new geopolymer mortar liner system at Simmons Army Airfield, North Carolina.  Similar to IPR's EcoCast geopolymer mortar rehabilitation solution, the geopolymer lining can be centrifugally...
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IPR Southeast’s Monteagle WTP Restorative Makeover Saves Time and Money

September 2013 The town of Monteagle, Tennesse, was nestled in the forested area of Cumberland Plateau. In most rural communities, internal infrastructure faces the same daily challenges of daily maintenance, funding, and federal requirements as their urban counterparts. The town of Monteagle's water treatment plant was deteriorating rapidly. The sediment...
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COVID-19 Update

As we work through the impacts of COVID-19, we remain committed to the health and safety of our employees and their families first. While following guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO), we will continue to provide service to our customers and community. We understand that these are difficult times, and we are committed to helping the community by hiring those seeking employment. If you feel that IPR could help you, follow the link to our current job opportunities.