A Partnership Between
The Centre for Advancement of Trenchless Technology (CATT) and
UESI Alberta-British Columbia Chapter.
Part 1: April 13, 2021 9:00 am - 1:00 pm PDT
Part 2: April 15, 2021 9:00 am - 1:00 pm PDT
Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) has become a common method since the 1970’s for the renovation of deteriorated gravity pipelines. This state-of-the-art course will provide you with the latest in research and industry best practices in CIPP liner design and construction. It will also provide you with the how and when for CIPP lining installation. Contractors, installers, system owners and consulting engineers involved with CIPP liner design and construction will want to take this state-of-the-art course.
CATT was the developer of the CIPP NASTT CIPP Good Practice Course and Dr. Knight is a former instructor. This course adds new information on CIPP and Styrene and will provide you with the latest on worker and public health risk exposures, how to monitor a CIPP project and the latest in CIPP monitoring for styrene and other chemical releases. Your course instructor has over 20 years of experience in CIPP research, material testing and the development of industry-leading design tools. He has also trained and completed research for Insituform and has been retained as an expert to investigate CIPP liner failures. He is also the Chairman for the development of the new AWWA CIPP lining Standard.
Who should attend?
Practicing Geotechnical Engineers and Technicians, Site Inspectors, Municipal and Technicians, Consulting Engineers and Technicians, and Contractors Instructor.
- Course Material
- 0.7 CEUs (continuing education units)*
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
- Workshop Recording can be made available if you cannot attend the live workshop
*# of CEUs, PDHS, and certificate awarded dependent on attendance hours.
Part 1 (April 13, 2021) :
1) CIPP history and evolution;
2) CIPP Advantages, limitations and applications;
3) CIPP resin and tube materials;
4) CIPP liner construction and wet-out;
5) Installation (pull-in and inversion) and cured methods (UV, Steam, Hot Water and Ambient);
6) CIPP mechanical properties and testing;
7) Circular and Non-Circular design methods;
Part 2 (April 15, 2021):
1) ASTM F1216 Appendix x 1.1 CIPP liner design methods
2) Industry Standards and Best Practices;
3) Styrene control and environmental concerns;
4) Pipe cleaning and preparation;
5) Quality Assurance and Quality Control;
6) Design Reconsolidation; and
7) Lessons learned from a litigation expert.
Throughout this course you will understand:
- CIPP components and construction
- Pipeline deterioration and CIPP applications
- CIPP liner design methods
- Basics of Circular CIPP Design
- CIPP Material properties and testing
- Industry best practices and standards
- Project Quality Assurance and Quality Control practices.
* Schedule and Speakers are subject to modification
REGISTRATION FEE BREAKDOWN
|Category||Both Days||Day 1||Day 2|
|CATT Member, UESI Member
or NASTT BC Member
*The price does not include tax. Tax is calculated based on the geographical location of the primary registrant at the rates given below.*
Canada: Ontario HST 13%; New Brunswick HST 15%; Newfoundland and Labrador HST 15%; Nova Scotia HST 15%; Prince Edwards Island HST 15%; GST 5% is applicable for any province/territory not specifically mentioned.
International: No tax
*To confirm your organization's membership status, please check CATT's current members' list
To take advantage of the member prices and save money, become a CATT member today!
NASTT BC members can register as a UESI member.