News of Interest

A New North American Record For Micro Tunnel Length

We are all familiar with the concept of Open-cut pipe installations. It is the most common method of installing new pipe lines or replacing existing pipe lines. Everything is done from the ground surface, but what happens when your new pipe line needs to go 25-feet below the bottom of Lake Erie?

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Precast concrete box system controls stormwater and extends surface parking

Two underground stormwater retention systems were designed using precast concrete boxes to control discharge into regulated wetlands and accommodate 482 commercial and residential parking spaces.

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Northern Concrete Pipe, Inc. celebrates 60 Years!

Established in 1958 in Bay City, Michigan, Northern Concrete Pipe (NCP) has been manufacturing quality infrastructure products in Michigan for 60 YEARS. Ed, Pete and Bill Washabaugh Sr. were the founding fathers of Northern Concrete Pipe, and it is still a family-owned company today.

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Failed 16-year HDPE flood control system replaced by RCP

A simple resurfacing and storm sewer improvements to an industrial park street crossing over the Red Cedar River in the Village of Fowlerville, Michigan turns into more than expected due to a failed HDPE retention system.

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