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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 01/13/2020 Diana Brooks National Corrugated Steel Pipe Association (NCSPA) 540-743-1354 NCSPA ANNOUNCES MICHAEL MCGOUGH AS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Dallas, Texas: The National Corrugated Steel Pipe Association (NCSPA) announced that its Board of Directors has promoted Michael McGough as Executive Director. Speaking on behalf of the board, current president Dan Kadrmas with […]

Project Spotlight: Banner University Medical Center

By: Pacific Corrugated Pipe Co. Pacific Corrugated Pipe was awarded a contract for a large medical center located in Tucson, Arizona. The original plans called for 3,000 feet of 120″ 5×1 corrugated metal pipe utilizing 14 gage galvanized material and a plethora of fabricated fittings. There was a total of eleven manifold barrels that were […]

Project Spotlight: Beaver Creek Arched Double Barrel

By: TrueNorth Steel The scope of this project was replacement of an existing pipe crossing with a larger corrugated metal pipe that won’t cause the roadway to be overtopped during high flow events. Additionally, the structure was designed to pass debris and survive these high flow events undamaged. The combination of large diameter CSP and […]

Project Spotlight: Santa Anita Industrial Park

By:  Pacific Corrugated Pipe Company A large tilt-up Industrial Park located in Rancho Cucamonga, California required two large, multi-barrel retention systems to support the storm water management plan for this property. Both systems utilized fully-perforated 60” diameter 16 gage 5” x 1” Aluminized Type 2 corrugated steel pipe. The first system was a smaller 3-barrel […]

Project Spotlight: GTCC Connector

By: Contech Engineered Solutions As part of Guilford Technical Community College’s Master Plan development, the GTCC Connector was needed to connect the proposed new North Campus which was separated from the remainder of campus. The new North Campus was planned to house the state-of-the-art Center for Advanced Manufacturing, a $35.5 million facility, and would provide […]

Project Spotlight: I-75 Bridge Replacement

By: Big R Bridge Bridge No. HAN-075-1713 carries I-75 traffic over an abandoned railroad bed north of the Blanchard River on the west side of Findlay, Ohio. The existing bridge was constructed in 1989, consisted of three spans totaling 140 ft and carried two lanes of traffic in each direction. The bridge was scheduled to […]

Project Spotlight: Thompson Middle School

By: Contech Engineered Solutions The Thompson Middle School expansion was required as the School District shifted from a three school configuration to two. Civil Engineering firm Rettler Corp identified three areas of the site that could be used to meet the required detention storage volume of 6.10 Ac-Ft. Three options were analyzed: ponds, underground concrete […]

Project Spotlight: Crown Valley Community Park Entrance Improvements

By: Big R Bridge The Crown Valley Community Park Entrance Improvement project is part of of a 3 phase project that the City started in 2015. This was the second phase, which consisted of habitat restoration, the construction of a wetland, two small parking lots, a new entry bridge, an electronic marquee entry sign and […]

Project Spotlight: Cornelius 100,000+ ft3 Detention System in Cornelius, North Carolina

By: Southeast Culvert, Inc The Watermark Luxury Condo development in Cornelius, North Carolina is another example of how early collaboration between the project engineer, developer, and drainage manufacturer can reduce a project’s cost. Initially designed with a concrete vault for the underground detention system and RCP for the stormdrain pipe, the developer JMR Construction approached […]

Project Spotlight: Threaded Pipe Liner Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

By: Pacific Corrugated Pipe Engineers from the Packaging Technology sector of Savannah River Nuclear Solutions contacted Pacific Corrugated pipe with a unique request. They wanted to understand if corrugated steel pipe could be produced in such a way that two segment cans would “thread” into each other. If this could be achieved, both ends of […]