Culvert Rehabilitation

CIPP rehabilitation of pressurized pipelines

It is well known that CIPP has been around for over 50 years, primarily being used to rehabilitate gravity sewer pipelines. In the 1980s CIPP was introduced for low pressure sewer applications, and late in the 1990s began to emerge for water main and higher-pressure force main rehabilitations.

Biden administration allocates $200 million in federal infrastructure grants to upgrade water tunnels

Some of the 169 projects that make up the first batch in a $1 billion initiative being rolled out over five years under the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act would upgrade the culverts to allow water — and fish — to flow more freely.

Authorities assess damage after sidewalk sinkhole on New Mexico bridge; 2 pedestrians rescued

Authorities on Sunday were assessing the damage after a sidewalk sinkhole developed on a New Mexico bridge, resulting in the rescue of two pedestrians. Los Lunas police said the city’s Main Street bridge over the Rio Grande remained closed due to the sinkhole under a sidewalk on the east side of the bridge.

Rehab technology: Canada’s King Road culvert rehab provides structural spray-on solution

(UI) — Beneath four lanes of traffic on King Road in York, Ontario, Canada, a deteriorated ellipse culvert needed rehabilitation. Now, the original structure will continue to deteriorate but is no longer cause for concern.

California Announces $83.9 Million in Grants for Local and Regional Water Resilience Projects

California has awarded nearly $84 million in funding to help local and regional water infrastructure improvement projects around the state.

Project Lowers Flooding Risk in Albuquerque’s South Valley

When the final phases of the Black Mesa Project are completed, it will connect the drainage from three dams – Don Felipe Dam, Raymac Dam and McCoy Dam – into one pipe manifold and drain the water to the Rio Grande River.