CIGMAT Report Update From This Unique, Industry-Specific Ongoing Research Program

Vipulanadan, C.
September 2010
Underground Construction;Sep2010, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p38
Trade Publication
The article features the Center for Innovative Grouting Materials and Technology (CIGMAT) Research Center in Houston, Texas. Researchers at CIGMAT have worked on various basic and applied research projects which have resulted in more than 120 referred journal and conference publications. CIGMAT is the only national laboratory approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to examine the performance of grouts, coatings, linings as well as other types of materials for civil infrastructures.


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