• Method for installing structurally independent pipe liners inside existing pipes without digging
  • Generally best for pipes of diameter < 42″
  • Requires only one access, though it is most efficient and cost-effective with two accesses

  • Can be performed in segments or sections
  • Generally requires wall thickness that reduces pipe diameter by less than 1″
  • Enhances flow characteristics (Manning Coefficient)
  • Works on any type of pipe

  • We focus on drainage (stormwater); however, CIPP is used in sanitary sewer, water lines, acid lines, black liquor lines, gutters, and just about any other tubular structure that needs rehabilitation
  • We have encountered no pipe in condition too poor to be fully rehabbed using CIPP
  • Cured in Place Pipes (CIPP) have lifespans of over 100 years