3 July 2017 CIPP, From the magazine, North America, Rehabilitation, Summer 2017, Wastewater 0
Applied Felts has supplied a 120 inch cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liner for the rehabilitation of an ageing sewer underneath a train station in busy Chicago, Illinois. Wilson Station, which was built in 1923, underwent extensive renovations to provide – among other benefits – disability access and a better passenger experience.
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OCTOBER 25, 2016: Simon Senior, the Commercial Director of Applied Felts discusses the history of the company, memorable projects, and the future of the CIPP industry.
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Innovative fiberglass-reinforced liner delivers increased performance and strength.
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Detroit’s IWPC avoids the one-size-fits-all approach when tackling tough sewer rehab projects across their broad service region. Applied Felts is part of the solution.
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Today, diversification can be a double-edged sword. Spread yourself too thin, and it’s a slippery slope from jack of all trades to master of none. On the other hand, if you put all of your eggs in one basket, you inevitably leave… Continue reading ““Applied Felts – Setting the Standard for CIPP Liners” – Trenchess Technology”
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