Formadrain is Your Perfect No-Dig Solution for Repairing Underground Pipes

Hundreds of miles have been successfully lined with this system since 1994!

Here's Some Key Benefits of the Formadrain No-Dig System for You...

Formadrain is a true no-dig technology. It is a steam-cured, fiberglass and epoxy system that is pulled-in-place through existing pipes. This means it is used to repair underground pipes without digging. With no excavation, it can perform lateral repairs, Lateral-Main-Connection® repairs, spot repairs and process piping repairs.

In addition, the Formadrain system:

  • Has been steam cured since 1994 when it was developed.
  • Has lined hundreds of miles of pipe since its launch.
  • Counts over 40 authorized Formadrain licensees across the United States and Canada.
  • Can repair circular pipes from 2 to 48 inches (50 to 1200 mm) in diameter.
  • Contains Green technology: No Volatile Organic Compounds used (VOC Free)

Read more of the Formadrain advantages here.


Addison comes up $22 million short on project to overhaul Midway Road

Four years ago voters approved spending $16 million to overhaul one of the town’s busiest roads. But now town officials say it’s actually going to cost more than twice as much to complete the project and the original price tag was essentially a guess.

The Midway Road project was part of the town’s 2012 $50 million bond that included $29.5 million for street improvements. Overhauling Midway Road, which carries 40,000 to 45,000 vehicles per day, was a part of the bond package.

The project calls for completely removing and replacing all lanes of the concrete street; replacing sidewalks throughout the corridor; and expanding sidewalks, where necessary, to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. It would also replace the aging water and sewer lines, among other things.

But the $16 million designated for the Midway Road project in 2012 “will not be sufficient to cover the cost of the project as currently scoped,” Jason Shroyer, Addison’s assistant director of infrastructure & engineering services, told the council at a work session last week.

Source: http://www.dallasnews.com/news/local-news/20160823-addison-comes-up-22-million-short-on-project-to-overhaul-midway-road.ece

Federal, Ontario Liberals sign $1.49B transit funding agreement

The federal government has cracked open its coffers with $1.49 billion in new transit infrastructure money for everything from new transit vehicles to upgraded stations. Federal transit infrastructure money: What Toronto is getting The money is part of the first phase of a $60-billion infrastructure funding plan to pay for projects nationwide over the next 10 years.[Read More…]

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$176M infrastructure deal for water, transit projects struck

The federal and provincial governments have agreed to a $176 million infrastructure deal for water and transit projects throughout New Brunswick. “We’ve been advocating for quite some time to make sure that the infrastructure programs that they would put forward would reflect the realities of smaller provinces,” said Premier Brian Gallant. A large chunk of the money, $79.4[Read More…]

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Replacing Toronto’s aging watermain system becoming a top priority

A road closed by construction – asphalt torn up, dust and debris everywhere, workers in construction helmets milling about- has become such a common sight it’s likely you won’t pay much thought to the work taking place, much less what’s going on underneath. This summer, the city is tackling an unprecedented amount of construction, necessitated[Read More…]

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Transit, water infrastructure funding agreement for Alberta two weeks away, Amartjeet Sohi says

Federal Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi said Wednesday he expects a long-awaited agreement to begin flowing project funding to Alberta could be signed by the end of the month. Sohi said his department has been ready to move ahead with the money since early July but is waiting on Alberta Infrastructure to finalize a list of[Read More…]

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