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  • Ruth Lake, CA — Rehabilitation of Failed Corrugated Metal Pipe

    Ruth Lake, CA cmp culvert Our purpose is to help customers choose solutions which will insure that the process fits the application and do this reliably and cost-effectively. All information in this Field Report will assist the engineer to reduce cost and minimize future maintenance costs. In addition, this Field Report will help the task of communicating that these are solutions in use today with a proven track record of installation and use. Abstract In the southern part of Trinity... View Article

  • Prestonsburg, KY — Large Diameter Reline Prevents Flooding

    Levee Pipe Relined with Large Diameter HDPE Pipe to Prevent Flooding The Problem The city of Prestonsburg, Kentucky is the owner and sponsor of a levee located near Pikeville, Kentucky. The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) branch in Huntington, West Virginia, who evaluates the condition of levees in the area, determined that a pipe running through the Prestonsburg levee was damaged and needed to be repaired. The poor condition of the 96-inch corrugated metal pipe (CMP) included several... View Article

  • Northglenn, CO — ‘No Dig’ rehab prevents traffic problems for school

    No time for delays, Snap-Tite® pipe provides the fix in a day BACKGROUND School was in session at D.B. Stukey Elementary, and the road leading there was badly deteriorated from the corrosion of two underground corrugated metal pipes (CMPs). The city of Northglenn needed to act fast. Digging up and replacing the twin CMPs was too costly, both for the city and for the drivers who depended on using that road every day. One of the existing culverts was originally... View Article

  • Monmouth, NJ — Rehabilitation of Failed Corrugated Metal Pipe

    Monmouth, NJ cmp culvert Our purpose is to help customers choose solutions which will insure that the process fits the application and do this reliably and costeffectively. All information in this Field Report will assist the engineer to reduce cost and reduce future maintenance costs. Abstract This project started when adjacent landowners began to complain of sinkholes caused by failing CMP Pipe sunk near their property. This Field Report presents an existing application where a deteriorated metal pipe was rehabilitated... View Article

  • Milan, IL — Rehabilitation of Failed Corrugated Metal Pipe

    Milan, IL CMP Culvert Our purpose is to help customers choose solutions which will insure that the process fits the application and do this reliably and cost-effectively. All information in this Field Report will assist the engineer to reduce cost and minimize future maintenance costs. Abstract Rock Island County had used sliplining in the past, but in this application the road way also served as a levee. This Field Report presents an existing application where a deteriorated metal pipe was... View Article

  • Lukeville, AZ — No-Dig Solution Avoids Damage to National Park Reserve Area

    Culvert in Arizona Relined with Snap-Tite®, Local Environment Protected The Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, part of the U.S. National Parks system, is an International Biosphere Reserve in the Sonoran Desert in Southwest Arizona. The monument was created in 1937 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to preserve a section representing the Sonoran Desert. The creation of this monument was part of a larger initiative within the National Parks to protect both the scenic and ecological areas of the United States.... View Article

  • Ludlow, VT — Snap-Tite rehab prevents road closure

    Damaged Culvert Relined With Snap-Tite Pipe to Avoid Road Closures Background Okemo Mountain is a popular ski resort located in Ludlow, Vermont. In 2009, the resort had about 600,000 visitors who came to ski. The summit of the mountain is 3,344 feet above sea level. It has 119 trails that are spread across 632 acres of skiable terrain. The longest trail is four and a half miles. The Problem A 66-inch corrugated metal pipe (CMP) culvert was failing under a... View Article

  • Louisville, KY — Old levee culvert relines with Snap-Tite

    Louisville Levee Culvert Relined with Snap-Tite The Problem A levee located in a park off of Cane Run Road in Louisville, Kentucky contained a deteriorated corrugated metal drainage pipe. During a video inspection, it was discovered that the 94-foot, 54-inch pipe was damaged and needed to be replaced or repaired. The Louisville Municipal Sewer District (MSD) is the sponsor of the levee, which was originally built by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). The USACE built many of... View Article

  • Lewis County, WA — Mountain Pass Culvert Reline Stops Erosion

    WSDOT Relines CMP Culvert, Designs Solution to Chronic Erosion Abstract On White Pass, Lewis County, WA, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) designed a long term solution to a chronic erosion problem alongside US12. This field report presents an existing application where Snap-Tite was used to reline a culvert on a mountain pass characterized by dynamic weather conditions and steep slopes. Traditional repairs relied on continual maintenance to sustain a safe roadway. Introduction Alongside US12 near the summit of... View Article

  • LaPorte District, IN — INDOT Saves $1 Million Plus on Reline

    INDOT Relines 13 Culverts With Snap-Tite® Pipe, Saves More Than $1 Million Using Own Crew The Problem Interstates I-65 and I-94 in Northern Indiana are some of the busiest and most traveled roads in the state. The La Porte District Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) faced a problem because 13 of the corrugated metal pipe (CMP) culverts under these roads were in bad shape. Many had deteriorated and were failing. Some were even misshaped and no longer round but oval.... View Article