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Case-study Holocaust Museum

Nu Flow re-lines pipes at the new Holocaust Museum

Location:
Johannesburg, Gauteng

Situation:
The Holocaust Museum, while still under construction, had two 110mm PVC storm water pipes running within structural columns that were punctured by contractors erecting steel reinforcing.

The site foreman did not want to demolish the structural columns and have them rebuilt with new pipes within them as this would delay the entire construction process.

The site foreman turned to Nu Flow for a better, nondestructive solution.

Solution:
Nu Flow South Africa used Nu Flow’s pull-in-place structural liners to re-line the pipes working from existing access points and therefore caused absolutely NO damage to the pillars.

Nu Flow were able to do the job in less than a day saving the client time and money.

No mess, no noise, no damage!
The end result is a new pipe within the original pipe.

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