Pipe Rehabilitation

Dane County Regional Airport Potable Water CIPP

Dane County Regional Airport Potable Water CIPP

Scope

Michels used cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liners to rehabilitate 2,125 feet of 10-inch cast iron water mains under the central airport runway, two taxiways and the drainage system.
Michels used potable-grade fiberglass-composite CIPP liner as well as a high-performance potable-grade epoxy system. The liner and resin were paired together as a system which provided a strong, seamless CIPP liner that met all NSF requirements for use in potable water system.

Achievements:

  • Michels used Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) liners to rehabilitate 2,125 feet of World War II-era cast iron water mains at an airport in Madison, WI.

Projects

Michels rehabilitated a deteriorating corrugated metal pipe culvert under a busy roadway. Michels prepared the walls and floor and completed the spray application of 3-inch Millikin Geospray geopolymer mortar to the 128-inch-by-73-inch-by-75-foot culvert. In total, 68,000 pounds of material was mixed and applied.

Pipe Rehabilitation

Palos Hills Culvert Rehabilitation

Illinois

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Palos Hills Culvert Rehabilitation

Michels performed a pipe rehabilitation repair of a sewer main that had ruptured in multiple locations.

Pipe Rehabilitation

River Ave Force Main Rehabilitation

Connecticut

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River Ave Force Main Rehabilitation

Michels utilized ultraviolet light (UV) cured-in-place (CIPP) pipe liners to rehabilitate nearly 45,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer pipes and 138 manholes in Guam, making it among the largest UV projects in the United States.

Pipe Rehabilitation

Northern Interceptor Sewer Rehab

Guam

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Northern Interceptor Sewer Rehab

Michels performed a CIPP lining project for the Metropolitan Council in Minnesota. The project included the rehabilitation of 3,850 LF of 96" pipe, 144 LF of 72" pipe, and reconstruction of manholes.

Pipe Rehabilitation

North Area Interceptor Phase 9

Minnesota

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North Area Interceptor Phase 9

Michels restored more than a mile of sanitary sewer pipes on the St. Paul Interceptor.

Pipe Rehabilitation

St. Paul Interceptor

Minnesota

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St. Paul Interceptor

After a canal in Kearney, NE closed for winter, a Michels crew rehabilitated 300 feet of a deteriorating 84-inch corrugated metal pipe inside the wasteway.

Pipe Rehabilitation

Cottonmill Wastewater Rehabilitation

Nebraska

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Cottonmill Wastewater Rehabilitation

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