Concrete Pipe Journal

The Concrete Pipe Journal is the publication of the Canadian Concrete Pipe & Precast Association, published 3 to 4 times each year. The publication carries current events, project profiles, industry views and insight into key issues of interest to specifiers, regulators, designers, contractors and owners of sanitary and storm sewer pipeline systems, culverts and precast concrete infrastructure.

Following are links to the most recent Issues. 

Click here to access archived Issues since 2005.

 2017
   
     In this Issue - Spring
  • Buy American Impacting Canadian Concrete Pipe & Precast Producers
  • Etobicoke Creek Trunk Sewer
  • Premier Reinforces Commitment to Defending Ontario Workers and Businesses
  • BC MOTI Uses Precast Concrete Boxes on Major Highway
  • The Engineer's Right To Choose Must Be Defended
  • Innovative Box Culvert Design Supports Critical Fish Habitat - Barefoot Box Culvert
  • Retain Employees Through Well--Managed Maternity and Paternity Leave
  • Fire in Plastic Storm Sewer in Edmonton
  • 2017 Technical Seminars in Western Canada

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  In this Issue - Winter
  • Professional Engineers Ontario Investigate Engineering Work Related to Nipigon River Bridge Failure
  • Vancouver North Arm Interceptor Project
  • Taking the Learning Outside the Classroom
  • Joint CCPPA and ACPA 2017 Annual Meetings in Hilton Head, SC
  • Precast Box – Pedestrian Underpass Spans Two CN Rail Lines in Whistler, B.C.
  • Gene Shelestynsky Retires
  • Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition
  • CCPPA to Exhibit at OGRA’s 2017 Conference

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2016
   
     

  In this Issue - Summer
  • Provincial Auditors raise Concerns with Bridges and Culverts
  • Backfilling a Pipe - No Inspection Needed?
  • Ontario Construction Careers Alliance
  • Symposium on Concrete Pipe and Box Culverts
  • Innovation Showcased as DECAST Expands Again
  • CCPPA Hosts Concrete Pipe Plant Tours Across Canada
  • Fish Habitat Reclaimed
  • CCPPA to Exhibit at TAC's 2016 Conference and Exhibition

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  In this Issue - Spring
  • Canadian Highway Departments Exploring Trenchless Technologies
  • Manitoba Tunnels with RCP to Replace Rusted CSP
  • Assessments of Gravity Pipe Systems - Initial Pipe Cost Not The Primary Consideration
  • Black Fibre Pipe - Are We Destined To Repeat History?
  • Employment Growth for Engineering Technology Professionals Outpaces National Average
  • City of London CSP Culvert Replacement
  • Alberta Transportation Considering More Precast Box Culverts
  • Concrete Box Sewer Addresses Flooding Concerns
  • City of Regina Replaces Bridges with Precast Boxes

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 2015
   
     
In this Issue - Fall
  • Why Deflection Matters For Plastic Pipe
  • No Hitches With CON/SPAN®
  • Major Success With Microtunneling
  • CCPPA 2016 Seminars
  • Culvert Replacement Using the Tunnel Boring Machine
  • Infrastructure Helps City of Calgary Population Growth

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In this Issue - Summer
  • Unrealistic Roughness Coefficient  Could Impair Pipe Capacity
  • Muskoka Road Closed Due to Culvert Collapse
  • Resilient Critical Infrastructure
  • 1940s 3-Sided Culvert Replaced with Jacked and Slip Lined Reinforced Concrete Pipe Culverts on Historic Ottawa Drive
  • Con Cast Pipe Box Units Utilized to Detain Stormwater on Evans Avenue Site
  • CCPPA Online
  • Concrete Pipe and Precast Companies Learning and Implementing a New Approach
  • Manitoba Women in Construction
  • Plant Tours in Winnipeg
  • Transit Alliance Hosts the Big Debate

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In this Issue - Spring
  • Sault Ste. Marie Area Culvert Failure Raises Questions
  • Homes Suffer $250,000 Flood Damage After Culvert ‘Repairs’
  • Relining Culverts Can Reduce Hydraulic Capacity
  • Conversation Shift – From Sustainable to Resilient Pipeline Systems
  • Plant Prequalification Program - Setting a Standard of Excellence
  • Concrete Pipe Design Program – Now a Free Web Application
  • Richard E. Barnes Award Recipient
  • Hanson Employee Retires After 42 Years
  • CCPPA 2015 Annual Genaral Meeting

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In this Issue - Winter
  • Buy America Impacting Canadian Jobs
  • Trenching Safety Can Compromise Plastic Pipe Performance
  • Precast Bridges and Footing - Best Practice for Stream Crossings
  • Precast Concrete Energy Dissipation System an Element of Low Impact Development
  • Elliot Lake Inquiry's Final Report
  • How Standard Installations Can Help Reduce Project Cost
  • Plant Tour for City of Brampton
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 2014
   
     
  In this Issue - Summer
  • Hanson Pipe and Precast supplied microtunelling pipe as part of the installation of a new concrete sewer under Highway 401 in Ontario 
  • Box Culverts and Welded Wire Reinforcement
  • Reinforced Concrete Microtunnelling Pipe Solves Challenging Infrastructure Problems
  • Alberta Transportation Removes Polymer Coated CSP From its Proven Products List
  • Soil and Water Testing is Critical for Aluminized Type 2 CSP
  • Pre-assembled Cages Accelerate Precast Box Production for Highway 407 Culverts

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    In this Issue - Spring
  • New Canadian Concrete Pipe and Precast Association Formed
  • Town of Saugeen Shores Selects RCP Again
  • Trenchless Methods for Pipelines in Winnipeg
  • Installed Costs a Key Consideration for Specifying RCP
  • Engineer Charged in Deadly Elliot Lake Mall Roof Collapse
  • PEO Submission to Belanger Inquiry
  • Enrico Stradiotto, P.Eng. Joins OPWA Board
  • MPP Tours Sudbury Concrete Pipe Plant
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