Trenchless Diversity Fuels Growth of Construction Activities

by Charles H. Nance, Insituform Mid-America, Inc., Chesterfield, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Pipeline Infrastructure II


This paper describes a variety of trenchless technology methods of reconstructing America's decaying pipeline infrastructure by using minimum and /or 'no-dig processes'. The decay of our buried piping systems is currently generating significant public awareness within the media and with our political leaders. Additionally, new and more restrictive environmental rules are impacting industries throughout the country. Trenchless technology has proven itself to be cost effective and highly beneficial in both municipal and industrial applications for reconstruction of this decayed and decaying portion of our infrastructure.

Subject Headings: Trenchless technology | Pipelines | Infrastructure | Pipes | Infrastructure construction | Industries | Construction methods

Services: Buy this book/Buy this article


Return to search