Shooting Star

Continuous cured-in-place lining process helps a contractor restore a water main and preserve a national park’s splendor.
Shooting Star

Adeteriorated 700-foot-length of 8-inch steel water main feeding the private water treatment plant for the south side of Yosemite (Calif.) National Park was leaking.

The National Park Service had replaced all but this section of the 95-year-old line with C900 pipe. It was...

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