Dane County Regional Airport Potable Water CIPP
- Location Wisconsin
MethodsCIPP, Pipe Rehabilitation, Potable Water
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.
- Winner - Wisconsin sector of the American Water Works Association Project of the Year.
- Work completed during winter, requiring crews to contend with wind, snow, ice and freezing temperatures.
- Extra security and caution needed when working in close proximity to live airport traffic.