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Junction Structures

Junction structures are concrete structures that are often poured-in-place at the intersection of 2 or more storm drainage pipeline systems. Good carpentry work is important to building a structurally secure concrete basin. These usually have an opening at the top for maintenance, called a manhole. Click here for another example of a junction structure. Notice the similarity? Notice any differences?

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