Delaware DOT First Large Diameter Metal Plate Arch Rehabilitation with Unreinforced GeoSpray Geopolymer Mortar
The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) has completed its first large-scale metal plate arch rehabilitation using GeoTree Solutions’ GeoSpray geopolymer spray on mortar.
GeoTree Receives Outstanding Trenchless Paper Award
GeoTree Solutions is delighted to announce that our VP of R&D, Joe Royer PDH, along with Bill Sharpe, Business Development Manager, Inland Pipe Rehabilitation, have been named as winners of the NASTT 2021 Outstanding Trenchless Paper Awards.
GeoTree Solutions launches new ‘pipe within a pipe’ for Highly Corrosive Environments
GeoTree Solutions has launched a new product which will make relining sanitary sewers and aggressive industrial pipelines, a one step process.
Continued educational opportunities for infrastructure rehabilitation and structural strengthening professionals.
With many trade shows and conferences still canceled or being delivered virtually, many infrastructure rehabilitation and structural strengthening professionals are struggling to access the continuing education they need to maintain their professional development hours (PDH) requirements.
GeoTree to highlight GeoSpray geopolymer at No-Dig Show
GeoTree Solutions is attending this year’s No-Dig and will be showcasing their GeoSpray geopolymer range at the face-to-face event as well as No-Dig’s virtual exhibit showcase. GeoTree’s VP of R&D will de delivering a paper covering the geopolymer lining of the Columbia Canal Brick Arch Tunnel in South Carolina.
Geosynthetics features GeoTree Case Study - Lake Francis Dam maintenance with GCCM
The Yuba Water Agency in Yuba County, Calif., was established in 1959 to reduce flood risk and provide a sustainable water supply to the people of the region. Yuba County has historically endured devastating floods, due in part to Gold Rush-era hydraulic mining practices that washed millions of cubic yards of debris into the Yuba River, raising the riverbed and increasing the flood risk.