Design Methods

Infrastructure professionals dealing with the rehabilitation of municipal infrastructure are faced with the need to upgrade sewer and watermain networks in a cost effective and timely manner that minimizes social and environmental impacts. In urban areas this need has been…

Trenchless Construction

As a result of lower reconstruction costs, shorter construction periods, and lower social costs due to reduced traffic delays, trenchless construction methods are rapidly becoming an economically viable alternative to conventional open-cut construction. The use of trenchless construction methods has…

Data Management

Effective management of our municipal infrastructure is an essential element of maintaining the long-term viability of our Cities and Towns. Sewer and water assets have been neglected and municipal governments have accrued significant liabilities. Collectively we must clearly identify a…

Trenchless Rehabilitation

Municipal underground infrastructure is becoming increasingly congested with the addition of utilities ranging from sewers, watermains, gas, power, telephone and other pipeline networks. Coordinating a repair to deteriorated sewer and watermain networks has become a major undertaking. With the potential…