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  • Steuben County, NY – Snap-Tite Lessens Disruption and Expedites Project Timeline for NYSDOT

    Snap-Tite® No-Dig Solution Lessens Disruption and Expedites Project Timeline for NYSDOT Background Nestled in the “southern tier” along Interstate 86, the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) in the town of Painted Post is responsible for a significant amount of road miles in Steuben County, neighboring the Finger Lakes region. Resident Engineer, Stacey Forenz, Assistant Engineer, Levi Zemak, and their team spent three years putting together an action plan to address deteriorating roads and the drainage assets below roadway... View Article

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  • Athens, TX The Union Pacific Railroad Chooses No-Dig Solution to Reline Old Culvert

    The Union Pacific Railroad operates in North America, covering 23 states in the western two-thirds of the United States. The railroad is responsible for 32,100 route miles, with 6,336 of those miles running through Texas. Located under some of these miles of rail, are storm water drainage culverts that were installed 40 to 50 years ago and are now past their design life span. The Union Pacific Railroad regularly maintains all of its railways and rail structures. As part of... View Article

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  • Trona, CA — Railroad Culvert Flow Improved with Hyro-Bell

    Mineral Company Relines Damaged Culvert Under Railroad with Snap-Tite®, Improves Flow with Hydro-Bell The Problem Road collapse, road closures and traffic delays – these are recurring news headlines attributed to failing culverts across the U.S. Many drainage culverts were installed 40 to 50 years ago and are now past their design life. As such, they are failing at an alarming rate and causing roadway and railway damage. This affects both the public and private industry. One such culvert affected a... View Article

  • Dakota, MN — Snap Tite used for Railroad Drainage Project

    Minnesota railroad Railroad drainage 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 Case History 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 proven track records. Introduction Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad faced a costly rehabilitation and rebuild issue... View Article