Contractor repairs St. Paul sewers with cured-in-place pipelining

08/6/2004 | Associated Construction Publications

Veit & Company's $1.5 million effort to repair about 47,000 feet of underground sewer line in St. Paul, Minn., relies on cured-in-place pipelining. CIPP enables trenchless rehabilitation, allowing contractors to avoid having to do excavation and street resurfacing when replacing sewer lines.

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