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An Alberta utility company experienced a sewer backup at it's corporate campus. A video inspection revealed a bad joint was the cause of the blockage in the sewer. The location above the bad joint would have been extremely disruptive to the facility to dig up and replace. Revive Pipes was able to install a Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) inside of the existing sewer and permanently repair the situation without any excavations on the property.
The corporate head office for a utility company experienced a backup of the main sewer from their facility. A video inspection of the pipe revealed that it was caused by a displaced gasket in the PVC plastic sewer pipe. The failed joint was in an area of the campus that was very difficult to access and would have been extremely disruptive to dig up and replace.
Typical Invasive Repairs
Several large trees on the campus as well as pavement and concrete curbing would have to have been removed to excavate and replace the damaged pipe. The excavation would have disrupted traffic for the campuses parking lot.
Revive Pipes Solution
Revive Pipe Restoration Inc used existing manholes on the property to install a Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) point repair through the affected section of piping. The sewer system was able to stay in use for the duration of the repair.
Revive Pipes Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Lining Services
Revive Pipes excels at installing Cured in Place Pipes (CIPP) with an emphasis on minimizing disturbances to our clients and their facilities. Most of the time, we use existing access points to rehabilitate sewer pipes including manholes, cleanout fittings, closet flanges and roof vents.