Water Pipe Study
Plugging the leaks in water pipes and building new ones to keep up with a growing population could cost the United States $1 trillion over the next 25 years, according to an industry study released Monday.
Terrace Construction Acquires AQUA-PIPE® License for Ohio State
Mr. Alain Sauriol, President of Sanexen Environmental Services Inc. (Sanexen), is pleased to welcome Terrace Construction as an AQUA-PIPE® licensee.
Fixing a busted Oak Park water main under the expressway
The solution: a company from Missouri had to string a 240-foot-long piece of fabric through the busted pipe and pump it full of hot water to try and repair the artery. The magic material came by way of Canada, and is one of just a few manufactured in the country that'll allow for drinking water to pass through it.
Addressing Aging Water Infrastructure
About once a minute somewhere in the United States, there is a water main break. That means by the time you finish reading this article, thousands of gallons of our most precious resource will be lost through aging pipe networks. In severe cases, water main breaks can cause major damage and impact safety, while in more routine instances customers are left without service.
Greening the globe with Trenchless
Trenchless offers a sustainable option for a wide range of underground infrastructure projects.
SAK Acquires Exclusive License to Install Aqua-Pipe
SAK Construction, a national pipeline rehabilitation and tunneling industries contractor headquartered in the St.Louis area, is expanding its trenchless technology services to include rehabilitation or water distribution system.
Bright Lights of Madison Avenue Shine on Trenchless Rehab Project
Yes, it’s that Madison Avenue — and the new trenchless technology worked better than claimed and did everything promised, plus a whole lot more.
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency approval letter
Trenchless Technology WEBINAR on Structural Rehabilitation of Water Main - Case Study
This webinar will present the Elmendorf AFB case study. It will explain the reasons why it chose to rehabilitate the water main using a structural CIPP liner, the trenchless method for service connection reinstatement, and indicate the technical and economical benefits it provides to the base.
Trenchless Technology TV Interviews related to Aqua-Pipe pilot project in Charleston, SC
NBC News - Construction project in Omaha, NE
Using CIPP Lining in Congested Areas
Upscale Toronto shopping district avoids chaos utilizing
structural trenchless technology. An excerpt from NASTT/GLSLA Spring 2010.