Soil conditions force anchorage to upgrade storm sewer

Aucoin, Mary P.
January 1998
Underground Construction;Jan1998, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p88
Trade Publication
Focuses on the efforts of the Anchorage, Alaska government to replace and upgrade the city's storm sewer systems. Replacement of existing pipes; Problems with the corrosion of the system; Selected coating system to prevent corrosion of the system; Reasons for the city's selection of open trenching method for the project.


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