Culvert Repair / Rehabilitation

Completed CC8 invert rehab, with sealed edges
Case Studies July 24, 2018
On highway M-20, east of New Era, Mich., a 70-ft metal plate arch culvert was experiencing moderate to severe section loss in the invert from corrosion and abrasion. The steep decline in condition due to corrosion was attributed to the intermittently flowing creek and the invert’s frequent exposure...
Corroded culvert
Case Studies July 27, 2017
In January 2016, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) placed a project for public bid which included repair of several large-diameter highway culverts and a single box culvert. CDOT had specified a spray-applied culvert lining under a special revision to Section 603 of their standard...
The Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport, Snap-Tite pipe system
Case Studies May 26, 2017
The Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport in Gulfport, Miss., was undertaking an airport improvement project that included repairing, repaving, and adding new runways and taxiways. As part of this improvement project, the airport discovered several aging and deteriorating drainage culverts under...
Crews master difficult conditions for new bridge
Article May 02, 2017
The Crum Creek Viaduct Replacement Project is a unique design-build (D-B) project that replaced a bridge on an existing alignment using accelerated bridge construction (ABC) techniques.   The D-B approach to replace the 121-year-old rail viaduct on the Media-Elwyn Regional Rail Line over Crum Creek...
HDPE pipe rehabilitates corrugated metal pipe in Boulder, Colo., storm-water system
Case Studies March 29, 2017
A large corporation in the Boulder, Colo., area experienced a serious situation on its property when a pair of 48-in. elliptical corrugated metal pipes (CMP) collapsed in the immediate vicinity of many critical utilities. The pipes were located at the very end of the storm-water system that handles...
HDPE pipe battles Mother Nature to rehabilitate weathered pipe in Ketchikan, Alaska
Case Studies February 02, 2017
Many corrugated metal pipe (CMP) culverts across the country will eventually experience rusting, corrosion or some form of deterioration. In the town of Ketchikan, Alaska, a 48-in. CMP culvert that ran underneath a busy two-lane road was experiencing extreme deterioration so severe that large holes...
HDPE pipe used to slipline and rehabilitate CMP culvert in Oregon
Case Studies December 14, 2016
In Baker City, Ore., two corrugated metal pipe (CMP) culverts ran underneath a two-way road. Like many of these pipe systems across the country, these two CMP culverts were rusting and deteriorating at a rapid rate. Bradley Payton, Baker City’s transportation maintenance manager, was charged with...
GeoSpray geopolymer is applied to corrugated metal pipe.

GeoSpray geopolymer is applied to corrugated metal pipe.

Case Studies March 24, 2016
In the border town of McAllen, Texas, dealing with storm water run-off is a challenge. For local municipalities, it is paramount to modify storm-water infrastructure to keep up with rapid growth, and handle large amounts of water when the weather rapidly fluctuates.   After a severe drought prior...
Culvert project avoided active roadway disruption via use of liner

Culvert project avoided active roadway disruption via use of liner

Case Studies December 18, 2015
In May 2015, the city of Ithaca, N.Y., contacted Don LeBlanc of the Snap-Tite Culvert Liner team (a division of ISCO Industries) to discuss and review a failing culvert underneath a major road in town. The culvert liner team specializes in analysis and the rehabilitation of structures via segmental...
The Snap-Tite Culvert Lining System
Case Studies May 27, 2015
Many culverts in the U.S. were installed 40 to 50 years ago and now have exceeded their design life and need repair. In this case, two 72-in.-diam. corrugated metal pipe (CMP) culverts in White Oak, Miss., started to fail. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) District 7 feared that...
Workers prepare the Snap-Tite HDPE pipe for slip-insertion.

Workers prepare the Snap-Tite HDPE pipe for slip-insertion.

Case Studies January 30, 2015
Aging culverts across the United States are failing at an alarming rate. The cost and inconvenience of digging out and replacing these systems is often unrealistic. In Kansas, the Department of Transportation (KDOT) and Johnson County embarked on a multimillion-dollar highway improvement project...
Culvert repair
Case Studies
Levees form a critical part of the U.S. infrastructure as past flooding has proven. Their maintenance and repair is held to rigorous standards as a primary protection to citizens and property in the event of a natural disaster. For local and federal agencies, keeping the nation’s estimated 100,000...
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