CIPP Liners for Gravity Pipeline Renovation

Part 1: Tuesday September 29, 2020
Part 2: Tuesday October 6, 2020

ABOUT THE
WORKSHOP

In some cities, including Rome, Istanbul (Constantinople) and Fustat, networked ancient sewer systems continue to function today as collection systems for those cities' modernized sewer systems. Instead of the sewerage flowing to a river or the sea, the pipes have been re-routed to modern sewer treatment facilities. As cities grew in the 19th century increasing concerns were raised about public health due to out breaks of diseases such as typhoid and cholera. To help control these outbreaks the development of municipal sanitation programs occurred in the late 19th and 20th centuries that consisted of the construction of extensive sewer systems. The operation and construction of these systems continue today with many little maintenance, replacement and/or renovation. In the 1980’s the inspection techniques and pipe condition rating systems were developed in the United Kingdom to determine, for the first time, the condition and state of these critical sewerage pipeline that have been in-service for over 100 years with no maintenance and or repair. Since many of these pipelines were found to be in a state of failure and open cut replacement by was not a practical or financially feasible option in densely populated and crowded urban cities, new trenchless pipeline renovations methods such as Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) liners were developed and commercialized to build a new pipe within the old pipe

Who should attend?

Practicing Geotechnical Engineers and Technician’s, Site Inspectors, Municipal  and Technician’s, Consulting Engineer’s and Technician’s, and Contractor’s Instructor

What's included?

  • Course Material
  • 0.7 CEUs (continuing education units)
  • Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

*# of CEUs awarded dependent on attendance hours

WORKSHOP
SCHEDULE*

Workshop Schedule Coming Soon!

This course covers the following topics:

 

Part 1 (Sept. 29, 2020) :

1) CIPP history and evolution;

2) CIPP Advantages, limitations and applications;

3) CIPP resin and tube materials;

4) CIPP liner construction and wet-out;

5) Installation (pull-in and inversion) and cured methods (UV, Steam, Hot Water and Ambient);

6) CIPP mechanical properties and testing;

7) Circular and Non-Circular design methods;

 

Part 2 (Oct. 6, 2020) 

1) ASTM F1216 Appendix x 1.1 CIPP liner design methods

2) Industry Standards and Best Practices;

3) Styrene control and environmental concerns;

4) Pipe cleaning and preparation;

5) Quality Assurance and Quality Control;

6)  Design Reconsolidation; and

7)  Lessons learned from a litigation expert.

 

Learning Outcomes

Throughout this course you will understand:

1. CIPP components and construction

2. Pipeline deterioration and CIPP applications

3. CIPP liner design methods

4. Basics of Circular CIPP Design

5. CIPP Material properties and testing

6. Industry best practices and standards

7. Project Quality Assurance and Quality Control practices.

 

*Topics, Schedule and Speakers are subject to change

FEES
SCHEDULE

CATT Member & UESI Member Pricing

 

Category

Both Days

(Sept. 29 & Oct. 6,  2020)

Day 1

(Sept. 29, 2020)

Day 2

(Oct. 6, 2020)

Early Bird

(before Aug. 29)

$400

$280 $280

Regular

(Aug. 29 - Sept. 24)

$500 $340 $340

On-Site

(after Sept. 24)

$600 $415 $415

Non-Member Pricing

 

Category

Both Days

(Sept. 29 & Oct. 6,  2020)

Day 1

(Sept. 29, 2020)

Day 2

(Oct. 6, 2020)

Early Bird

(before Aug. 29)

$550

$355

$355

Regular

(Aug. 29 - Sept. 24)

 

$650

$415

$415

On-Site

(after Sept. 24)

$750

 

$475

$475

 

Note

The price does not include tax. Tax is calculated based on the geographical location of the primary registrant at the rates given below.

Canada: Ontario HST 13%; New Brunswick HST 15%; Newfoundland and Labrador HST 15%; Nova Scotia HST 15%; Prince Edwards Island HST 15%; GST 5% is applicable for any province/territory not specifically mentioned. 

International: No tax

*To confirm your organization's membership status, please check CATT's current members list or contact CATT (Email: catt@uwaterloo.ca | Tel: (519) 888-4770).

To take advantage of the member prices and save money, become a CATT member today!