Maier featured in Trenchless Technology magazine
Due to rapid population growth, Colorado has become one of the leading markets in the country for the use of trenchless technology, which allows for the implementation of critical infrastructure improvements with minimal disruption to surrounding businesses or residents.
Garver Water Technology Team Infrastructure Practice Leader Jeff Maier recently spoke with Trenchless Technology magazine on the state of the techniques in Colorado, which according to USA Today is the eighth-fastest-growing state in the country. Maier, based in Garver’s Denver office, told the magazine that advancements in trenchless technologies along with the state’s population growth have contributed to the rise of such methods.
“There’s a lot of momentum with trenchless both in new installations and rehabilitation in the Colorado market, particularly in Denver and the Front Range area,” he said. “There’s also a wide range of acceptance with trenchless technologies, which have hit a mature level in the industry.”
Maier, who currently serves on the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) board of directors, has for almost two decades provided expertise on the various trenchless rehabilitation and no-dig repair strategies for wastewater, storm water, and potable water pipeline projects. These technologies include cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP), UV light-cured CIPP lining, pipe bursting, slip lining, chemical grouting, manhole rehabilitation, pressure pipe rehabilitation, lateral connections, as well as advanced pipeline inspection methodologies.
Garver’s expert Water Team is currently utilizing trenchless methods, which can also provide substantial cost savings, to both rehabilitate and assess pipelines and manholes for a variety of municipalities spread across the country.
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