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On White Pass, Lewis County, WA, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) designed a long term solution to a chronic erosion problem alongside US12. This field report presents an... (View Full Article)
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The Union Pacific Railroad regularly maintains all of its railways and rail structures. As part of this regular maintenance, Union Pacific located a severely corroded 84-inch ID corrugated metal... (View Full Article)
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City of Boise, ID, considered replacing and rehabbing existing poured concrete sanitary sewer pipe. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful life because of deterioration of the... (View Full Article)
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West Virginia DOT considered replacing deteriorated corrugated metal culverts. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful life. This case history presents an existing application... (View Full Article)
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Rock Island County had used sliplining in the past, but in this application the road way also served as a levee. This case history presents an existing application where a deteriorated metal pipe was... (View Full Article)
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This project started when adjacent landowners began to complain of sinkholes caused by failing CMP Pipe sunk near their property. This case history presents an existing application where a... (View Full Article)
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In the southern part of Trinity County, CA near Ruth Lake, the drainage department considered replacing existing corrugated metal pipe used for the under-the-road storm drainage. Many of these... (View Full Article)
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In Boise, ID, the drainage department considered replacing existing corrugated metal pipe used for under-the-road storm drainage. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful life... (View Full Article)
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Many small to medium sized dams constructed in the 1960s and 1970s utilized corrugated metal pipe conduits for the principal spillway. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful... (View Full Article)
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In Donners Pass, Nevada County, CA, the drainage department considered replacing existing corrugated metal pipe used for under-the-road storm drainage. Many of these structures have reached the end of... (View Full Article)
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Highland Lake, MD, Home Owners Association considered replacing deteriorated corrugated metal spillway of an earthen dam. This type of structure had reached the end of its useful life. This case... (View Full Article)
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In Sacramento, CA, the drainage department considered replacing existing corrugated metal pipe used for under-the-road storm drainage. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful... (View Full Article)
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On Stevens Canyon Road, Santa Clara, CA, a storm drainage spillway was constructed using a corrugated metal pipe (CMP). This CMP spillway was deteriorating and presented a costly dilemma. Conventional... (View Full Article)
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Under Lakeville Road, south of Santa Rosa, in Sonoma County, CA, a storm drainage spillway was constructed using a corrugated metal pipe (CMP). This CMP spillway was deteriorating and presented a... (View Full Article)
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In Grants Pass, OR, the drainage department considered replacing existing corrugated metal pipe used for under-the-road storm drainage. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful... (View Full Article)
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Many small to medium sized dams constructed in the 1960s and 1970s utilized corrugated metal pipe conduits for the principal spillway. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful... (View Full Article)
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Most of the existing corrugated metal pipe (CMP) installed as culverts under our highways are reaching the end of their working life. There is an emerging widespread need to address this problem in an... (View Full Article)
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After resurfacing a major road leading to an upscale subdivision and golf course, Bay County, Michigan officials discovered a failing 74" concrete water drainage pipe under the road. Faced with... (View Full Article)
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Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad faced a costly rehabilitation and rebuild issue in a section of their tracks. The Railroad had an existing steel bridge, approximately 20 feet in length, and... (View Full Article)
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Within a U.S. biosphere reserve, the State of Arizona needed to rehabilitate an 18-inch culvert that had deteriorated. It was very important for the culvert repair project not to disturb road traffic... (View Full Article)
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At the Yakutat Airport, a major airline was not able to use its main taxiway to reach the runway for take-off due to a failing oval culvert underneath. The culvert showed signs of collapse under the... (View Full Article)