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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...

Tunnel Bore

This is an 84" steel pipe casing which is being used to install 60" reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) which will run underneath a railroad track, to provide storm drainage pipeline service from a local airport. ...

Tunneling

Here, Kana Pipeline is boring and tunneling underneath a railroad near the Riverside Airport to extend a 60" reinforced concrete (RCP) storm drain pipeline within an 84" steel casing. ...

RCP Pipe

This 48" reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) is being transported on a public works construction site for installation in the street to upgrade a city's current storm drainage systems. ...

Downstream Defender Dip Plate Assembly

This is a view of the inside of the dip plate assembly unit, which goes on the inside of a vertical standing reinforced concrete pipe. The entire unit is called the Downstream Defender, a storm drainage treatment unit made by...

Radius Pipe Inside

This is what the inside of a reinforced concrete pipeline looks like. The "R" stands for "radius" is incorrect. The "R" actually stands for the pipe manufacturers initials. Also, the term radius is used loosely and is not technically accurate....

Concrete Pipe

Shown here is a straight reinforced concrete pipeline which is curving by using radius pipe connections. ...

Energy Dissipater

Energy Dissipater Drainage Outlet wood form prior to pour....

Overcrossing

12 inch PVC Watermain with exist 48" RCP Drain line overcrossing....