Sealing the Deal

Contractor gives municipalities more options in the fight against unwanted storm flow.

Sealing the Deal

Jarrod Vobornik monitors the air pressure for a pipe pig while setting up to smoke test a section of sewer with Stephen Moore (left) and Eric Sisson. 

When Kerry Roslinski founded Pipe-Eye Sewer Services in 2003, acrylamide chemical grouting was not yet a widely accepted method for rehabilitating manholes and sewer lines. Nonetheless, offering that service came as naturally to him as tree roots growing in a sewer lateral — and proved instrumental to his company’s success.

“When I started my business, I knew chemical grouting would work hand in hand with cleaning and inspecting sewers,” he says. “Grouting is a very...

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