Deteriorating infrastructure is a problem facing nearly every city and municipality around the world, with associated costs for a replacement in the trillions of dollars. Discover our integrated systems that save time and labor to cost-effectively strengthen, retrofit and rehabilitate bridges and roadways.
Repairing and strengthening parking decks weakened by corrosion-related deterioration as well as strengthening or retrofitting an existing structure can prove challenging to asset owners. Learn more about our rehabilitation techniques are designed to limit the impact to building occupants and minimize lost revenue from parking decks.
Restoring, rehabilitating and strengthening pipelines, process piping, support structures, and industrial facilities provides considerable cost savings over replacing assets that have been deteriorated by various factors. See how our integrated systems work together to save time and labor to cost-effectively strengthen and rehabilitate oil, gas and industrial infrastructure.
The care and maintenance of infrastructure has become a global issue, and one of the most critical areas of concern today is the capture and movement of water and wastewater. Look at how our series of solutions that can be used alone or in conjunction with each other to address the problems encountered with water and wastewater infrastructure daily.
Come by Booth #403 to Learn about our Industry-Leading Solutions. We are excited about this year’s conference and are looking forward to hosting you at Booth #403, where we are showcasing the category leading GeoSpray®, our spray-applied liner.
Advanced Valve Technologies (AVT) will be among the entrepreneurs presenting new products on the show floor. Our team is providing demonstrations of the new 40-mm to 80-mm (1.5 to 3-inch) AVT EZ Valve™ products, revealing firsthand how the valve’s unique design addresses water management and asset integrity challenges.
Water storage tanks are critical to communities because they provide clean water to residents and help meet peak demand. Regular inspections and maintenance ensure that everything works as intended so end users have reliable access to water when it is needed.
The Mishawaka, Indiana, water department had evaluated its lines and drawn up maintenance plans for a 20-inch (500- mm) trunk line. The decision was made to install a valve on the line, but some conditions complicated the project.
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