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The problem:

Hamilton Hall is a ten building dormitory located on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene, Oregon. After more than 30 years of housing students and guests year round, the galvanized piping throughout the complex was experiencing problems typically caused by an aggressive water supply and internal corrosion. While the cold piping was still in serviceable condition, the hot piping and recirculating lines were dispensing discolored water and had very low flow.

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The problem:

During a routine inspection, a facility owned by Children First Derby – a 40-year-old charity that provides care and support facilities to underprivileged families – was found to have a lead water service line on the customers’ side.

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The Problem:

The Hillsborough School District and the school officials at King High School in Tampa were plagued by rusty water in the aging water piping of this early 1960’s era campus. They could have all the water pipes replaced.

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The Problem:

The Hillsborough County School District had seen this problem before in their schools and after their recent restoration of the water piping at King High School, they once again turned to the experts at Florida Pipe-Lining Solutions for answers.

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The Problem:

The Polk County School District and the school officials from Sikes Elementary were plagued by pinhole leaks in their bathroom water piping. Having to continually patch the leaky copper piping, they installed “patch plates” over holes in the walls to make it easier to access the piping the next time they had a leak instead of permanently tiling the walls.

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The Problem:

The Hillsborough School District and the school officials at Sulphur Springs Elementary in Tampa were plagued by leaks and low pressure in the aging water piping of this historic campus.

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The Problem:

The school had been suffering with rusty water and low pressure in their old water piping for many years and something had to be done. Replacing all the old piping would mean tearing up walls and floors. Instead, Polk County School Officials once again chose the neater, cleaner, and cost-effective ePIPE® System from Florida Pipe-Lining Solutions. Holder of 12 Patents, the unique ACE DuraFlo ePIPE® barrier coating system restores potable water piping to a like-new condition without the destruction, mess, and disruption to facilities that happens with costly re-piping.

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The Problem:

The Zela Davis School is a multi building facility built in the 1940s. The domestic water system was primarily galvanized with some copper updates. The piping system was failing with pinhole leaks, rusty water, and reduced flow. Excessive costs associated with a repipe including; temporarily closing the school and relocating the students, asbestos removal and wall repair, would place considerable strain on the school budget. The short term repair undertaken by the school was to “band-aid” the pipes.

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The Problem:

You are the Director of Public Works and your Maintenance Directo for the school district has been telling you that the District’s main middle school facility has a failing piping system. The school is a 2 level full facility building servicing around 400 students and was constructed in 1968 with an addition in 1988.

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