Sewer & Water

Culvert Repair

Minimal Traffic Disruptions

Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liners offer quick, safe and economical ways to rehabilitate deteriorating culverts. A critical component of transportation infrastructure, a culvert traditionally only receives attention when it fails. Michels helps you avoid that by using the trenchless CIPP technology to reline pipes. We efficiently install and cure our thermosetting resin-soaked liners with minimal or no traffic disruptions or open cuts. The result is a smooth, seamless new pipe within a pipe that can deliver increased flow capacity and extend the life of a culvert for many decades.

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Projects

Michels rehabilitated a deteriorated culvert beneath the coal pile of an active power plant. Joint repairs on the culvert were completed prior to the application of a carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) wrap to reinforced and strengthened the existing culvert structure.

Culvert Repair

84" Wabash Culvert Repair

Indiana

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84" Wabash Culvert Repair

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.

Culvert Repair

Palos Hills Culvert Rehabilitation

Illinois

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Palos Hills Culvert Rehabilitation

Michels installed 180 feet of a cured in place pipe liner into a 60-inch segmental reinforced concrete culvert to restore its hydraulic integrity and repair areas where concrete was spalling and reinforcing steel was exposed.

Culvert Repair

Manitowoc Culvert Lining

Wisconsin

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Manitowoc Culvert Lining

Quality means doing it right
when no one is looking.

Henry Ford

We do that.

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