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July 13, 2017

Nontraditional Approach To Slip Lining with New Technology

Level 3 inspections may result in a number of recommendations in how to address a corrosion in metal pipes. Our extensive experience in both inspection and repair means we can find creative, nontraditional solutions to meeting the needs of projects that are limited because of timelines, funding and even size of the pipes.

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February 01, 2017

Slip Line a 10' Diameter Pipeline

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May 11, 2016

Robotic Inspections of Submerged Storm Water Systems

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March 03, 2016

Using Nitrox for Shallow Water, Commercial Diving

Hydroelectric, fossil, and nuclear power plants all require routine underwater inspections, maintenance and repairs using commercial divers. The job to be performed normally dictates the time required for a diver to be underwater. Unlike recreational divers, commercial divers must often work underwater for longer periods of time.

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February 08, 2016

Underwater Inspections Using ROV with Multibeam Sonar

Historically, utility companies have used commercial divers to inspect and maintain the underwater areas of their facilities. Hydroelectric dams, fossil and nuclear power plants all require routine underwater inspections. Forebays, cooling water intakes, gates, draft tubes, and trash screens are just some of the many areas that require inspecting.

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February 05, 2016

Ash Pond Remediation & Pipe Abandonment

To Energy Companies Coal Combustion Byproducts and ash ponds have always been a part of the coal plant process. Decades ago, most coal ash ponds were constructed without liners, using low technology construction techniques. Many were built in rural areas that today have become more developed and more environmentally sensitive. Due to their age, recently several ash ponds and their accompanying infrastructure have failed causing property damage, environmental consequences and subsequent fines to the owner.

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