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Voices from the field: real pipebursting, in the real world.

Pipebursting has become a widely accepted pipe replacement technology in the U.S. As municipalities achieve greater awareness of their infrastructure replacement needs, larger and more comprehensive projects are being bid using this technology.

The International Pipe Bursting Association (IPBA) has assembled a featured group of presenters that will discuss real world conditions affecting pipebursting including soil and climate conditions, the quest by engineers and municipalities for more difficult and challenging projects, EPA's position on bursting asbestos cement pipe and what are the future trends of this widely accepted and specified technology.

These sessions are a must attend for municipal representatives and design engineers that have questions and want to learn more about the practical side of pipebursting in the real world of construction.
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Title Annotation:New For 2008
Publication:Underground Construction
Date:Dec 1, 2007
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