Elevator Saved in Small Towns’ 1910
Historic Alberta Government Building


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Antique Elevator
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Saved from Decommissioning

An Alberta government building was faced with having to close down its antique, manual elevator when a vitrified clay (VCP) sewer drain pipe that was partially embedded in the elevators foundation cracked. The high cost of the sewer pipe repair while keeping the elevator foundation intact was too much for the facility to justify keeping the elevator. Revive Pipes saved the elevator by installing a cured in place pipe (CIPP) structural liner inside of the cracked wastewater sewer pipe. We saved the facility over $100,000, which allowed them to keep their charming, antique elevator.

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