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UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STADIUM UNDISTURBED BY PIPE REHABILITATION

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UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STADIUM UNDISTURBED BY PIPE REHABILITATION

Founded in 1866, Towson University’s water infrastructure was due for an upgrade. This fact became apparent when 100 ln ft of 72-in. corrugated metal pipe (CMP) storm culvert collapsed on the Maryland university’s campus grounds. While immediate emergency repairs were needed, long-term repairs were necessary to prevent future incidents, especially after an inspection of a downstream sewer line revealed 900 ln ft of 72-in. CMP and 300 ln ft of 84-in. CMP is poor shape.

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  1. Towson-SWSTopProject2018.pdf 2/19/2019 12:27:31 PM
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