Storm drains and culverts transport streams, brooks and storm water flow under our roadways and through our communities. These are constructed of materials like CMP, concrete, and even granite. As they fill, the results and be catastrophic, causing sinkholes and damaging roadways.
Sliplining is a trenchless renewal process that installs a pipe of a slightly smaller inside diameter inside an existing pipe and grouting it in place.
A local public works department recently called on the Ted Berry Company to rehabilitate a failed storm drain that was buried more than 25’ deep and had closed the roadway due to a sinkhole.