Working in the Bayou

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Working in the Bayou
T.V. Diversified completes a difficult junction box rehabilitation in a short time frame.

Repairing and relining large sewer lines is always a serious undertaking, especially when the lines in question run underneath a Texas bayou. Repipe Texas, a national CIPP contractor, was working on such a project when they ran into a serious snag; after designing and installing a temporary bypass system involving six high-volume diesel pumps and four temporary lines, system engineers were surprised to discover that a critical concrete junction box was badly decomposed by microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC) and in danger of failing structurally. To keep this major infrastructure project on track, the box needed to be cleaned and rehabilitated in a very short time frame, while CIPP work continued. Repipe called on T.V. Diversified, a South Florida based trenchless rehabilitation contractor, to complete the difficult project under extreme time pressure.

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