Contech Engineered Solutions
Contech Engineered Solutions provides site solutions for the civil engineering industry. Our solutions for the water and wastewater industry include DuroMaxx SRPE pipe, A-2000 sanitary sewer pipe, A2 liner pipe and SPR PE trenchless pipe lining. Knowing pipe assessment, structural design and hydraulic analysis is what we do. We provide the right solution for your project needs—done right, on time and under budget. The entire Contech team welcomes the opportunity to work with you on your water and wastewater projects. To get started, please visit www.conteches.com/localresources to find your local Contech representative or call us at 800.338.1122.

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9025 Centre Point Drive
West Chester, OH 45069
United States
Phone: 800.338.1122
Fax: 513.645.7993

Products + Services

DuroMaxx steel-reinforced polyethylene (SRPE) pipe provides strength and durability for irrigation applications. With less weight and larger sizes, DuroMaxx provides a low-cost solution for large-scale irrigation projects. DuroMaxx combines the strength of steel with the durability of plastic, resulting in an extraordinarily strong and durable pipe. DuroMaxx is available in diameters ranging from... more
  • DuroMaxx steel-reinforced polyethylene (SRPE) pipe provides strength and durability for irrigation applications. With less weight and larger sizes, DuroMaxx provides a low-cost solution for large-scale irrigation projects. DuroMaxx combines the strength of steel with the durability of plastic, resulting in an extraordinarily strong and durable pipe. DuroMaxx is available in diameters ranging from... more
  • DuroMaxx steel-reinforced polyethylene (SRPE) represents the leading edge in sanitary sewer pipe technology. The SRPE is ideally suited for large-diameter sanitary sewer projects, as larger diameters, longer lengths and less weight reduce freight, picks, joints and other installation costs. more
  • A-2000 PVC pipe and DuroMaxx steel-reinforced polyethylene (SRPE) represent the leading edge in sanitary sewer pipe technology. A-2000 provides excellent durability and resistance to abrasion and scour; withstands corrosive attack from both acidic and alkaline soils; and is unaffected by chemicals found in normal sewage. DuroMaxx SRPE is ideally suited for large-diameter sanitary sewer projects,... more
  • Contech Engineered Solutions' website contains a host of resources for engineers in need of wastewater treatment, sanitary sewer, irrigation or reline solutions. The site contains PDF articles, videos, case studies, webinar recordings and a host of technical documents to aid you in material selection and project design. more
  • Contech offers a variety of products and systems, combined with more than 100 years of experience, to facilitate rehabilitation of storm and sanitary sewers, culverts and bridges. It restores hydraulic efficiency, reliability and integrity to aging systems using SPR PE trenchless pipe rehabilitation, A2 liner pipe and DuroMaxx steel-reinforced polyethylene (SRPE). more
  • Contech’s Magellan decentralized wastewater treatment system is designed with DuroMaxx steel-reinforced polyethylene (SRPE) for onsite treatment of 2,000 to more than 250,000 gal of wastewater. The Magellan system uses proven primary, secondary and tertiary treatment processes to treat various wastewater influent levels. Magellan’s packaged design provides “plug-and-play” installation, along with... more

Videos

DuroMaxx SRPE: The Next Generation Pipe
A2 Liner Pipe
The SPR PE Pipe Rehabilitation


Giving Sewers the Slip

Confronted with a deteriorated sanitary sewer routed deeply beneath several major roadways and a well-established residential area, the Baltimore County Department of... more

Making Contact

The City of Culver, Ore., was in need of a better way to recycle and reuse the wastewater stored in its lagoons, so that it would still be able to accomplish land... more

Rolling the Dice

In January 2004, the City of North Las Vegas’ city council authorized an in-depth analysis on wastewater treatment options for the municipality, and then, later that... more

In Too Deep?

The Mount Sterling (Ky.) water and sewer system needed a 30- and 36-in. sanitary sewer trunk line to handle increases in local sewer flows in the Hinkston Creek area.... more

Easy In, Easy Out

The City of Topeka, Kan., had scheduled the repair of several hundred feet of deteriorating reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) sanitary sewer line at its South Kansas River... more

Siphoning Flow

In the spring of 2014, Park County, Wyo., decided to reconstruct an irrigation siphon that ran beneath Bear Creek and flowed along the intersections of Wilson-McKissack... more

CSO Storage Makes a Splash in Monticello

When a combined sewer overflow (CSO) detention system was needed for the city of Monticello, Ind., innovation was the only thing overflowing.  Nestled between Lake... more

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Pipe; Pipe, Polyethylene; Pipeline Rehabilitation; Wastewater Treatment Systems; Wastewater Treatment Systems, Packaged

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