Call for Reinforcement

Call for Reinforcement

A UV-cured lining system enables a contractor to successfully rehabilitate a culvert without contaminating Sulfur Creek. For years, infiltration washed substrate into a double-barrel 48-inch reinforced concrete culvert under Duval Road in Starke, Fla., causing ...
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Flown-in Lining

Flown-in Lining

Contractor uses blown epoxy lining technology to repair waterlines at U.S. Navy center in the Bahamas During normal water-quality testing, officials at the U.S. Navy Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC) on Andros Island, ...
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Wave of the Future

Wave of the Future

A UV-cured lining system enables a Florida contractor to rehabilitate storm drains under an active runway. About 85 percent of the joints were leaking in the 30-inch concrete stormwater drains under a runway at the ...
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Holding the Fort

Holding the Fort

A cured-in-place lining system helps workers fix leaking drain lines while preserving the historic character of a Florida landmark The V-roof on the barracks of Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park in Key West, Fla., ...
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Healing Hands

Healing Hands

A contractor executes cured-in-place pipe repair in the radiology department and physical therapy area of a Florida hospital without disturbing patient care Two or three times per week, sewage backed up into the emergency room, ...
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Tracking Trouble

Tracking Trouble

A Florida contractor uses a thermoforming PVC alloy pipe to prevent the collapse of a major highway and railroad crossing A heavily tuberculated, flaking and rusting 90-foot section of 18-inch carbon steel pipe in a ...
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Flying High

Flying High

A Florida contractor uses a thermoforming PVC alloy pipe to reline culverts without disrupting heavy traffic on a naval air base. Water coursing into corroded culverts at Jacksonville (Fla.) Naval Air Station was eroding the ...
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