We all hear how our infrastructure is aging. We experience the problem first-hand while driving over potholes, but have you considered what is under the roads we complain about? Failed underground structures have been ignored for decades. In many cases, existing lines can’t be cut. Traffic can’t be interrupted for a week at a time. Time is money.
A crew in 1910 bricked together a manhole to protect and maintain electrical lines in downtown Detroit, directly under a road. After excavating, the contractor knew this failed structure needed a fast, but strong replacement, designed for heavy loading, and called ACP.
Advance Concrete Products produced a superior precast concrete panelized manhole in the specific size for a perfect fit, installed just days after measuring, with custom openings for the existing lines.