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This edition highlights Titan MSE Wall & Slope Solutions, an impressive Concrete Protective Liner (CPL) installation project, another Research and Innovation announcement, the Titan Trap drive-on spill containment berm, a Sustainability Spotlight on Stormwater Management, a Geogrid Titan Tip and case study that saved a customer 55K!
TITAN MSE WALL AND SLOPE SOLUTIONS
MSE wall and slope systems are an economical, flexible solution to accommodate the changes in grade during infrastructure construction. Compared to conventional concrete structures, MSE walls and slopes can tolerate greater differential settlement, allowing for less rigid, unyielding foundation support. This makes MSE solutions ideal for both temporary and permanent applications.
Titan Earth Wall™ MSE systems provide solutions for everyday challenges faced during grade separation construction, both permanent and temporary.
Titan Earth Slope™ MSE systems are flexible and durable, providing a cost-effective solution for constructing slopes with a batter up to 70 degrees.
Have questions? Connect with our MSE Specialists!
CPL: THE INVALUABLE SEWER TUNNEL LINING SOLUTION
We are thrilled to announce a company expansion in Eastern Canada with the opening of a new corporate location in Ontario. The decision to shift from a satellite office in Ontario to a boots-on-the-ground, full-service location was made to strengthen our relationships in the region, and better serve our existing clients in Ontario and Eastern Canada as a whole.
Concrete is one of the most widely used construction materials. However, it is subject to deterioration and damage, including corrosion, abrasion, and chemical exposure, compromising its structural integrity, reducing service life, and increasing maintenance costs.
It is near impossible to keep chemicals that may degrade concrete out of sewage – Cue Concrete Protective Liner (CPL).
CPL is a thermoplastic liner with studs or anchors on one side that lock into applied surfaces to effectively line concrete structures. It works to protect concrete against corrosion, leakage, infiltration, and inflow.
This 16′ x 16′ wall section lined with CPL is being placed at the tunnel base for a sanitary sewer rehabilitation project. The shaft is roughly 30 feet wide and 147 feet deep. These wall sections are being placed one at a time to be welded together and cast into the concrete forming the tunnel.
See our CPL case studies HERE
SUSTAINABILITY SPOTLIGHT: Green Infrastructure – What is it and how does stormwater management fit?
The importance of net-zero initiatives and implementing sustainable and resilient practices for civil infrastructure construction has become an industry priority with a global focus on looking after the future of our planet.
We’re pleased to launch our NEW ‘Sustainability Spotlight’ video series featuring relevant industry resources, products, and practices aimed at helping engineers, project managers, and owners in the planning, designing, and implementation of environmentally sustainable civil infrastructure projects.
In our first ‘Spotlight’, Technical Product Manager, Amy Woods, highlights green infrastructure and how stormwater management solutions help save valuable land space, improve water quality, and provide resilient infrastructure.
BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN RESEARCH AND THE USE OF SUSTAINABLE GEOSYNTHETIC-BASED SOLUTIONS
We’re thrilled to be part of yet another Research & Innovation project recently granted to the Civil and Engineering department at Concordia University. Catherine Mulligan, Director of the Concordia Institute of Water, Energy and Sustainable Systems, will be heading this project titled “Improvement of surface water via an on-site treatment process”.
“Titan’s continued involvement in research involving the use of customized geotextile for surface water restoration has strengthened our ability to provide technical guidance and evaluations on projects like this. We continue to bridge the gap between research and the use of sustainable geosynthetic-based solutions”, says Sam Bhat, CTO of Geosynthetics at Titan.
Of interest ⬇
Technical Paper: Filtration for improving surface water quality of a eutrophic lake
TITAN TIP: HOW TO ENSURE PROPER INSTALLATION OF SWAMP GRID™ GEOGRID
Swamp Grid™ geogrids is a preferred solution when looking to reinforce and stabilize soft or weak soils. It is designed to distribute the load applied to the soil, reducing the potential for soil settlement, erosion, and instability.
In this video, Dan Arndt, Sales Representative highlights key installation principles for Swamp Grid™.
Swamp Grid™ Success story ⬇
TITAN TRAP: A PORTABLE AND COLLAPSIBLE SPILL CONTAINMENT SOLUTION
Drive-on spill containment berms are a crucial tool in preventing environmental contamination in industrial settings.
One of the primary benefits of drive-on spill containment berms is their ease of use. They can be quickly and easily deployed, making them an ideal solution for emergency spill response situations. They can also be used in a variety of different settings, from chemical plants to construction sites, making them versatile tools for environmental protection.
Fabricated using the latest heat fusion technology, each TITAN TRAP meets ASTM D-443 industry standards and undergoes destructive seam testing in our quality assurance lab to ensure optimal performance. They are custom fabricated to size for your needs, with turnaround time ranging from one to three days depending on order quantity.