U.S. sewer infrastructure continues to see increasing rates of sanitary and storm sewer deterioration and a need for cost-effective rehabilitation solutions.

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One of the factors in determining the selection of a structure or structures to convey or store water is whether to use a single cell or multiple cell

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Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in a webinar covering multiple states and 300 participants. The topic was PVC pipe applications and design

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This article is the third part in a blog article series focused on the basic fundamentals related to selecting material type, structure type, structure shape

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Defined by the US Department of Homeland Security, Infrastructure Resiliency is the ability to reduce the magnitude and/or duration of disruptive events. The

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Corrugated Steel Pipe (CSP) has a long history of use for culverts and other drainage applications since the product first came to market in 1896. Galvanized

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Airports, theme parks, banks and grocery stores – we’ve all had the annoyance of standing in line, but in the wastewater pipe world, getting “in line” can be a

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Load Dissipation As promised, here is the second part of this two-part blog series. In the first section, I discussed the standard live load design vehicles and

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For this two-part series, we’re going to delve into live loading. A majority of what will be covered in this article goes into design methodology. Additional

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After recently completing a PDH article for Informed Infrastructure entitled, ""How to Design a Culvert Reline Project." I thought it apropos that we take some

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