Colony Square Mall
An installation in 2001 consisted of approximately 600ft of lining, saving the floors and walls of several stores. Enviro-Flow used CIPP, and successfully lined the underground cast iron drain pipes - with no issues to date! Seventeen years later, Enviro-flow returned to the Colony Square Mall. Again, using CIPP, they lined another 250ft of underground cast iron drain pipe, successfully navigating six elbows and reinstating six branch lines.
Oklahoma State Capitol
The Oklahoma State Capitol building was established in 1917. The exterior and interior are highly ornamented, including stone lions on the corners of the copper roof. During building-wide renovating, the need for pipe lining was discovered in their roof drains. Enviro-flow lined all roof drains successfully, preserving all ornate and historic embellishments.
Auglaize County Corrections Center
The Auglaize County Corrections Center Jail in Wapakoneta, Auglaize County, Ohio, is a maximum security facility. The jail found they had many failing pipes running under the building and grounds of the facility. After installation of a manhole chamber to aid in cleaning the very old pipes, Enviro-flow® lined the pipes without any damage to the facility.
The Detroit Institute of Arts
"The Detroit Institute of Arts museum covers 658,000 square feet that includes more than 100 galleries, a 1,150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture/recital hall, an art reference library, and a state-of-the-art conservation services laboratory.” The DIA discovered a need for trenchless rehabilitation in their parking garage drain pipes and contacted Enviro-flow. Using the CIPP Inversion method, the 50+ year old cast iron pipes were lined successfully without the need for demolition.
Wayne County Courthouse
The Wayne County Courthouse, located in Wooster OH, was erected in 1879 by Architect Thomas Boyd. Enviro-Flow® was called to help keep the sidewalks and road in tact while rehabilitating their sanitary lines. We successfully lined the pipes, navigating many bends with no issue. The sidewalk and roads went untouched.
The White House - Conduit Lining
The White House discovered water infiltration in their telecommunication conduits under the West Wing. Working closely with Flow-Liner® and the GC, Enviro-Flow® quickly and efficiently installed Flow-Liner CIP-Conduit in one day, no demolition needed!
Chattanooga Fire Protection
Enviro-Flow was contacting by Chattanooga Fire Protection after discovering that their customer was in dire need of CIPP lining. In less than a full two day's work, Enviro-flow, using a specially designed CIPP liner, was able to successfully line the existing fire line, navigating the vertical to horizontal elbow with no issue. Due to Flow-Liner's trenchless CIPP system and Enviro-flow’s installation crew, the customer did not have to demolish the concrete floor and wall.
Morris Shephard Dam
Located in Palo Pinto County, Texas, the Morris Sheppard Dam crosses 2700ft of Possum Kingdom Lake. As the first water supply reservoir on the Brazos River with construction as early as 1936, it is no surprise the Brazos River Authority found need for non-invasive pipe lining technologies. Enviro-Flow lined nine gate chamber pipes with no excavation necessary.
After starting a dig & replace method to fix the excessive scale build-up, Lane Aviation sought out a cheaper, faster, and less messy way to fix their problem. Enviro-flow was able to meet their needs with CIPP Inversion. The pipes were rehabilitated in two days, including two branch line reinstatements.