The CIPP Process has been used throughout the world since 1971 for the rehabilitation of piping ranging in size from 3” to 108” in diameter.  The process originated as a proprietary process and is now commercially available from a multitude of contractors / vendors. While the core materials are available through numerous providers; the experienced personnel are the hallmark to a final quality installation.

People, Knowledge & Experience insures Reliable Proven Results.

Cured in Place PipingCured in Place Pipe (CIPP) a means of providing reconstruction of an existing pipeline without the need for excavation. This occurs through the installation of a resin-impregnated tube inside the existing pipe and curing it into a joint-less structural pipe within a pipe. A sewer can be reconstructed, with increased flow capacity typically in less than one day.

The CIPP product we utilize complies with ASTM F-1216 and meets or exceeds all applicable industry standards.  Our staff and crew members are recognized industry leaders with proven experience with a vast knowledge of the CIPP industry. In addition, our staff members have helped pioneer the introduction of CIPP having worked in this industry since its introduction in North America.

Typical Usage:

  • Structural Pipe Replacement / Enhancement
  • Corrosion Protection
  • Environmental Protection
  • Infiltration Reduction

Typical Application:

  • Sanitary Sewers
  • Storm Sewers
  • Process Sewers
  • Force Mains

Our CIPP product offers the following benefits:

  • Meets or Exceeds installation standards per ASTM F-1216
  • Flexural Modulus of Elasticity exceeds 250,000 psi per ASTM D-790
  • Flexural Strength exceeds 4000 psi per ASTM D-790
  • Tensile Strength exceeds 3,000 psi per ASTM D-638
  • Meets / Exceeds Corrosion Testing per ASTM C-581
  • Materials  produced in ISO 9002 certified facilities