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Culvert RepairRehabilitation Article January 07, 2019
In the late 1980s, the author introduced the concept of repair and strengthening of structures using fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) products. The original concept uses a technique referred to as wet layup. Fabrics of carbon or glass typically 12 to 48 in. wide are saturated with an epoxy resin in...
Hwy. 67 culvert redesign in Wis. to aid aquatic habitat
Culvert RepairRehabilitation News December 08, 2017
Fishing is a pretty big deal in certain parts of Wisconsin, and one of those parts is Fond du Lac County. According to a story by local Fox affiliate 11, the shoreline of the 423-acre Long Lake is an excellent spot for all kinds of catch.   “Crappies, bluegill, perch, walleye, northern [pike] and...
Top Road No. 4 2017
Road Construction Article October 05, 2017
Reducing delivery time on a major road project by 17 years was not a reality the team at the Ohio Department Transportation (ODOT) thought could ever be achievable. That is, until they entered into their first public-private partnership (P3) to complete the 16-mile-long bypass of Portsmouth known...
The northwestern portion of the Viaduct crosses the Los Angeles River, the Los Angeles River Greenway Trail and Riverside Drive. The PVC shrink-wrap contains the blasting media and byproducts.

The northwestern portion of the Viaduct crosses the Los Angeles River, the Los Angeles River Greenway Trail and Riverside Drive. The PVC shrink-wrap contains the blasting media and byproducts.

Bridges Article May 02, 2017
While “blast and paint” rolls off the tongue easily, providing access to the underside of the Elysian Viaduct Bridge for rehabilitation work is anything but easy.   In fact, as the original bridge construction project neared completion, the September-October 1961 issue of the Official Journal of...

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Road Construction News January 20, 2017
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has approved the reconstruction of I-70 through central Denver.   Federal Highway Administration approval concludes the federally required National Environmental Protection Act process and allows the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to proceed...
Snap-Tite’s patented joint and installation system
Culvert RepairRehabilitation Products
  A no-dig solution to culvert lining and rehab challenges, Snap-Tite’s patented joint and installation system replaces failing culvert piping without the removal of deteriorated pipe. Segments of HDPE pipe are "snapped" together, all with strong, watertight seals. With Snap-Tite, 95% of culvert...
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