NASTT’s Cured-in-Place Pipe Good Practices Course - Surrey, BC

NASTT’s Cured-in-Place Pipe
Good Practices Course
Wednesday, February 19, 2014


The British Columbia Chapter of the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT-BC) is pleased to sponsor a special one-day Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) Good Practices Course, Wednesday, Feb. 19th, 2014, at the Eaglequest Golf Centre at Coyote Creek in Surrey, British Columbia.    
You Need to Know CIPP Lining! Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) technology is an effective trenchless pipeline rehabilitation method that may help to address many of your city water and wastewater problems. CIPP is one of the most widely used and accepted pipeline rehabilitation methods. It significantly reduces infiltration and ex-filtration. CIPP is cost-effective and increases flow capacity. Because it is trenchless, traffic congestion and site disruption are significantly reduced. Learn more about the benefits of the CIPP process by attending this special one-day course, Feb. 19th in Surrey!  
Course Objective: The CIPP course is geared to provide an in-depth overview of wastewater mainline and lateral pipe rehabilitation using CIPP from planning and design to job completion.
CIPP Course Topics: CIPP Definition, Description, Background and Methods; CIPP Application Range in Trenchless Rehabilitation; Design of CIPP for Gravity Applications; Design of CIPP for Pressure Applications; Construction and Installation; Specifications and Tendering; and Inspection and QA/QC.
Course Instructors:
Chris Macey, P. Eng. is the Senior Technical Director - Water Infrastructure Management for AECOM and their global Technical Practice Network leader for the Condition Assessment and Rehabilitation of Linear Infrastructure.  He is a recognized expert on pipe-soil interaction design principles and in the application of trenchless technologies to rehabilitate underground sewer and water infrastructure.  Chris has worked on the application of trenchless and minimum excavation technologies to rehabilitate underground infrastructure in cities across North America for over 30 years.  Chris has had hands-on experience in the application of CIPP technology for over 25 years.  Chris received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Manitoba, Canada in 1977 and has worked for AECOM Engineering in the Municipal Engineering field since 1978
Ian Doherty is a professional engineer and the owner of Trenchless Design Engineering Ltd. He started Trenchless Design Engineering following 19 years practicing engineering in the pipeline field, including several years with a sewer lining installation contractor. He is a member of NASTT and served on the ASTM F17-67 trenchless technology sub-committee. Since 1995, he has presented technical papers at a number of NASTT No-Dig Conferences. He is a registered professional engineer in the Canadian provinces of Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia. Ian’s involvement with trenchless technology started in 1988 with a manufacturer of a trenchless rehabilitation HDPE product, followed by several years with a fold & form lining installation contractor. In 1993 he started Trenchless Design Engineering and since then has focused solely on engineering for trenchless pipeline rehabilitation – both water and wastewater - covering most trenchless rehabilitation methods and products.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Earn valuable CEUs for your attendance and participation. (One CEU = 10 Professional Development Hours). By attending this course, you will earn 0.65 CEUs and may request a certificate issued by Louisiana Tech University.
Course Fees:  $500 CAD. A reduced rate of $450 CAD will be offered to those who register on or before Jan. 15th, 2014. All registries who are not current members will receive a free, 3-month membership to NASTT (the national organization).
NASTT’s CIPP Good Practices Course Agenda
7:30 AM               Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 AM               Opening Remarks & Part 1 - Introduction
9:00 AM               Part 2 - Design & Construction of CIPP
·         Description, history & methods
10:00 AM             Break
10:15 AM             Part 3 - CIPP Application Range in Trenchless Technologies
·         Types of pipelines used in CIPP process
·         Practical size, shape & length limitations
·         Types of CIPP materials
·         Basics of how CIPP interacts with other materials
·         Typical problems that can be addressed using CIPP
·         Practical advice on where, when and how to apply CIPP liners
11:15 PM             Part 4 - CIPP Testing
·         Liner properties for liner design
·         Liner compatibility with waste stream
·         Design Requirements
12:00 PM             Lunch
1:00 PM                Part 5 - Design Considerations for Gravity Pipelines
·         Wall thickness for a CIPP liner
·         Existing pipeline problems
·         Problem(s) in the liner’s design
1:45 PM                Part 6 - Key Notes for a Successful Project
·         Selection of right materials & process
·         Design by an experienced, registered engineer
·         Clear & detailed well-written tender & contract specifications
·         Field quality control & quality assurance program
2:45 PM                Break
3:00 PM                Part 7 - Inspection & QA/QC
·         Compliance with by-laws & safety regulations
·         Contract specifications
·         Documentation
·         Protection of owner’s interests
·         Public relations
4:00 PM                Q&A Period, Closing Remarks & Course Evaluations
4:30 PM                Course Adjourned          
Agenda is subject to change.


Course Location: Eaglequest Golf at Coyote Creek, 7778 152 Street, Surrey, BC
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No cancellations after Jan 31, 2014. Substitutions may be made at any time.
Questions may be directed to Monica at:
Event Date: 
Wed, 02/19/2014