Session #15: CIPP Lining – Process and Technical Update
Expires Wed Dec 16 2020.
CIPP (Cured in Place Piping) Watermain lining is a cost-effective trenchless technology used to rehabilitate existing water mains which offers a fully structural watermain rehabilitation. CIPP technology can significantly reduce excavation requirements and offers advantages that include reducing traffic impacts, being eco-friendly, and with less damage to surrounding buildings, landscaping, and infrastructure more community friendly. This session will walk you through the installation process as well as discuss the latest industry technological updates!
At the completion of this one-hour OJT session, participants will be able to demonstrate the following:
•What is CIPP?
•What is the CIPP Installation Process?
•What are the latest industry updates
•Why is Linear Flexibility Vital to the success of CIPP
•When should one use CIPP?
Our workshop facilitator is Eden McKaigue, of Fer-Pal Infrastructure. Eden has been with Fer-Pal since 2009, serving in a variety of roles. She has worked as a labourer, Project Coordinator, Locate Coordinator and Associate Project Manager with the company. She is now the Canadian Business Development Manager working with clients Coast to Coast in Canada. Eden graduated from both St. Francis Xavier University and Georgian College. She serves on the OPWA Planning Committee as well as theOWWA Manufacturers & Associates Council.
OMWA is pleased to offer any and all staff from our valued OMWA municipal/utility members complimentary virtual On the Job Training through our OMWA online platform. These 1-hour sessions run Thursdays starting at 2:00 pm. The fee for non-members is $30 plus HST per person per session.
If you have any specific questions regarding this OJT session, please feel free to submit them when you register and we will provide them to the presenter.
The OMWA will provide a certificate recognizing participation in these On the Job Training sessions.
Attendance may also qualify as a Continuing Knowledge Activity for the PEO PEAK program