LiquiForce

2015 Spinks Drive, RR #2
Kingsville, ON
CA, N9Y 2E5

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Granite Acquires LiquiForce

Granite Acquires LiquiForce

Granite Construction Incorporated has announcedthat it has acquired LiquiForce, a privately-owned company which serves public and private sector water and wastewater customers in both Canada and the U.S. Today, LiquiForce provides a variety of underground contracting services including lateral liner rehabilitation, mainline Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP), project management, manhole rehabilitation, and mainline point repairs. In addition, they are recognized as a leader for their patented LiquiForce Junction Lateral Liner. Through this acquisition, we welcome more than 100 employees to the Granite team. Going forward, LiquiForce will continue to operate from offices in Kingsville, Ontario, Hamilton, Ontario, and Romulus, Michigan. The transaction is expected to be immediately accretive to Granite's 2018 earnings per share.

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Waterproofing Water Valve Chambers in Airdrie, Alberta

This repair required a totally sealed chamber. The liner was applied to all internal surfaces of the structure, from the manhole cover frame to (and including) the floor.

The City of Airdrie, Alberta was in need of a solution to seal both existing and new water valve chambers. Due to infiltration, groundwater was filling the structures and greatly shortening the useful life of the chamber’s key components. A solution to the costly replacement of this equipment was required.

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