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CONTECH® ENGINEERED SOLUTIONS
 
March 2020
 
 
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Shiloh Road from IH635 to Kingsley Road
Garland, Texas
 
ULTRA FLO® Provides Stormwater Drainage
 
The City of Garland improved Shiloh Road from IH-635 to Kingsley by widening the four-lane divided thoroughfare to six lanes which required five intersections, landscaping, pavement markings, and storm sewer pipe. Ultimately, ULTRA FLO was selected as the best pipe option for its light weight, the strength of its polymer-coating, and the cost savings over other storm drain pipes. 
 
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Building Bridges
 
Garrett's Mill Road over Israel Creek
Garrett's Mill Road over Israel Creek
Knoxville, Maryland
 
CON/SPAN O-Series Replaces Structure Washed Out During Flash Flood
 

After the original stream crossing structure was washed out during an extreme flash flood event, a Design-Build team decided that a CON/SPAN® O-Series® Bridge System would be the best emergency solution to address the key project requirements. 

 
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Stormwatch
 
Pat Milliken Ford Dealership
Pat Milliken Ford Dealership
Redford, Michigan
 
Aluminized Steel Type 2 and Vortechs Meet Quality and Quantity Requirements
 
During an expansion project at the Pat Milliken Ford Dealership, Aluminized Steel Type 2 and a Vortechs hydrodynamic separator were selected as the best combination to achieve stormwater management goals at this growing facility.
 
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Pipe Solutions Blog
 
How do you evaluate damaged areas within corrugated metal pipes?
 
  How Do You Evaluate Damaged Areas Within Corrugated Metal Pipes?
   
 

 

Having been in this industry for several years, I am often asked questions about the pipe installation process as well as a pipe's condition post-installation. I thought I would take the opportunity here to address issues regarding damage to corrugated metal pipes (CMP) that occasionally occurs during or after field installations.

 

 
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Stormwater Blog
 
When to use DuroMaxx steel reinforced polyethlene for stormwater detentions systems
 
  When to Use DuroMaxx Steel Reinforced Polyethylene for Stormwater Detention Systems
   
 

Corrugated Metal Pipe (CMP) is the material of choice for underground stormwater detention and infiltration projects. However, there are a few instances where alternate pipe materials, such as DuroMaxx Steel Reinforced Polyethylene (SRPE) may be a better solution. The two most common scenarios is on sites where watertight storage is needed and sites with corrosive soils. 

 
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