Why We Make Pipe

As the father of two boys, I’ve cleaned up several stomach-turning messes. Years have passed since I’ve changed a diaper or emptied sour milk from abandoned airtight cups, but even then, I tried to keep perspective, and would often think about how a lot of dirty work yields huge satisfaction.

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This new case study on a FLOWTITE® FRP project reminded me that Thompson Pipe Group doesn’t just manufacture pipe, we help clean up enormous unhealthy messes. This brief overview explains how our FRP was used to create a bypass that eventually stopped sewage and polluted runoff from flowing into a shipping canal. In this instance, how our FRP was inserted into a concrete tunnel is just as important as why.

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WEFTEC 2014

The project underway, photo 1.

We had a rip-roarin’ good time at WEFTEC. 
Take a look at some of the evidence... er, I mean fun.

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Thompson Pipe Group

Take a look at some of the great media coverage we received when Rep. Roger Williams, R-Texas, visited our Johnson County Pope location.

If you want to host a similar event at your facility, email me and I’ll tell you how we worked with the American Concrete Pipe Association to make it happen.


P.S.
Register now for our upcoming webinar: FRP and Force Main Pipe: Debunking the myth that long-term savings costs you more money up-front.

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