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Annual Conference Webinar Series #10: Pipeline Rehab
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Annual Conference Webinar Series #10: Pipeline Rehab

Bringing the Annual Conference to you Virtually!

 Export to Your Calendar 10/21/2020
When: Wednesday October 21st
12:00 noon - 1:00 pm
Where: Webinar! Bringing the Annual Conference to you Virtually!
Contact: Stacy Cacallori
866-436-1120


Online registration is available until: 10/21/2020
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Join us for a lunch time webinar on October 21, 2020 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm!   

This webinar is the 10th in the Conference Webinar Series ... Bringing the Annual Conference to you Virtually!

Registration will be open until 10 AM on October 21, 2020!

Topic: Pipeline Rehab

Featuring:

"A Solid Solution for Internal Reinstatement of Services in CIPP-lined Water Mains"
Steve Soldati, Insituform Technologies, Inc.

As the market for lining watermains with Cured-in-Place Pipe continues to grow, so does the question of reliability at service connections in the lined pipe. Current industry practice utilizes a simple process of drilling out the liner covering the main stop, relying solely on the band developed between the liner and host pipe. The industry does not have a standard or target value that must be achieved to confirm this bond or its longevity. This presentation will review bonding applications, their reliability, and highlight the capability of the recently developed mechanical internal service reinstatement system. As the market for lining watermains with Curedin-Place Pipe continues to grow, so does the question of reliability at service connections in the lined pipe. Current industry practice utilizes a simple process of drilling out the liner covering the main stop, relying solely on the band developed between the liner and host pipe. This presentation will review bonding applications, their reliability, and highlight the capability of the recently developed mechanical internal service reinstatement system.

"Innovative Trenchless Technology Solution to Rehabilitate PCCP Water Mains"
Ed Gajek, Mott MacDonald; Rich Conklin, Jr., NJ American Water

New Jersey American Water owns and operates an existing 60-inch prestressed concrete cylinder pipe (PCCP) water transmission main in the Borough of South Plainfield, Middlesex County that connects the Canal Road Water Treatment Plant and Raritan Millstone Water Treatment Plant with the Oak Tree Tanks and pumping facilities. This 60-inch PCCP water transmission main represents a critical asset in New Jersey American Water’s operations in Middlesex County and surrounding counties. This presentation will discuss an innovative trenchless technology solution to rehabilitate a large diameter PCCP water transmission using a carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) lining. The presentation will include a discussion on the benefits of using CFRP lining in regards to constructability, work sequencing, environmental permitting, shut down duration, hydraulic impacts, and structural integrity of the lining.


Professional Development Credits:

This webinar is approved for the following Professional Development Credits (1 TCH for Water Operators, 1 CPC for NJ PE, 1 PDH for NY PE).

Credits will be awarded after successful completion of the Webinar, Quiz, obtaining an acceptable interest level as calculated by GoToWebinar, and completion and submitted Participant's Statement of Attendance and Participation.  

Member Cost $15;  Non-Member Cost $25


Speakers:

Steve Soldati is a professional engineer in California and Florida. He graduated with a civil engineering degree from the California State University, Chico. He has over 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of industries including construction, transportation, and water. His primary experience has been as an owner's representative for all phases of projects. He has also lead the renewal & replacement asset management program for one of the largest toll agencies in the country.

Eddie Gajek is a Principal Project Manager and Vice President with 23 years of experience with Mott MacDonald’s water group. Eddie graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology in 1997 with a Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Engineering and from Rutgers University in 2001 with a Master of Science in Civil Engineering.

Richard Conklin is a Project Manager with New Jersey American Water’s in the Engineering Department since 2017. Prior to that Rich has 12 years utility construction experience. Rich Graduated William Paterson University with a Bachelor Degree in Business Management and acquired a Construction Management Certification with Rutgers University.


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