Infrastructure Rehabilitation

Rehabilitate and extend the life of existing underground infrastructure with URETEK ICR Infrastructure Solutions.
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URETEK I&I Solutions:

  • Manhole/Tunnel Sealing
  • Culvert Realignment
  • Tunnel/Pipe Stabilization
  • Dam/Spillway Restoration
  • Natural Disaster Support

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As America’s aging infrastructure crumbles, URETEK’s innovative repair solutions are put to the test.


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URETEK’s patented technology offers municipalities and public works officials the control to restore, rehabilitate, and extend the useful life of city infrastructure with minimal disruption to the public.  URETEK’s polymer seals, realigns, and stabilizes leaky manholes, sunken culverts, deficient dams and spillways without major excavation.  URETEK puts YOU in CONTROL over your public works projects.

URETEK ICR’s Zero Excavation Infrastructure Repair process realigns sinking culverts and underground infrastructure, eliminating soil erosion around manholes and culverts using a tried and tested structural grade polymer. URETEK polymer is ideal for restoring and rehabilitating aging infrastructure. The URETEK Method® and URETEK’s Deep Injection® Process combine speed, power, and precision to reduce down time and extend the service lifespan of infrastructure assets.

  • Save money by extending the life of city infrastructure
  • Quickly eliminate infiltration into manholes and culverts
  • Avoid public congestion problems for surrounding communities
  • Safely rehabilitate soil erosion with environmentally safe solutions

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Environmentally Safe Infrastructure Repair Process

nsfsealing tunnelSpecific URETEK polymer meet NSF/ANSI Standard 61 requirements and is safe to inject around public water sources.

It is designed to resist and remove high moisture content from the soil. The polymer can maintain good compressive strength and rigidity even when injected directly into flowing water.

NSF/ANSI Standard 61 Drinking Water System Components sets minimum requirements for the control of potential adverse human health effects from products in contact with drinking water. NSF/ANSI Standard 61 includes criteria for testing and evaluating products to ensure they do not leach contaminants into the water that would be a health concern.

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