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As engineers in the pipe industry, we see the results of a lot of pipe projects.  Fortunately, the vast majority of the installations are successful and result in round pipes that are well supported by the backfill around them.  However, occasionally pipe installations don’t follow the recommended techniques and result in distorted pipes.Although

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Relining existing pipes and culverts is becoming an increasingly popular means of addressing aging utilities.  The advantages of sliplining include the following: Minimal disruption of traffic Cost-effective in many cases when compared to replacement Potentially faster project completion Lower environmental impact versus replacementConventional

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After having successfully completed a new professional development hour (PDH) article for Informed Infrastructure on the topic of buried culverts and service life, I was struck by the complexity of what may seem, at first blush, to be a relatively straightforward project. Specifically – the importance of the backfill material selection process.Not

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During his State of the Union address earlier this year, President Trump called on Congress to produce a plan to introduce $1.5 trillion dollars in investment in infrastructure spending. He indicated that this would include investments by the federal, state and local governments and should include private sector investment as well.This is certainly

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Pipe stiffness is likely the most commonly referenced and least understood performance parameter in the pipe industry.When most people think of pipes or try to describe pipes, they first describe it by the material it’s manufactured with (i.e. concrete, HDPE, steel, PVC, etc.).  They may also describe it by some physical attributes such as by it’s

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