"Goes to City Hall"
With A Process Pipe Lining Technology Solution

Columbus has been the capital of the state of Ohio since 1816. Founded in 1812, Columbus was named in honor of the famous explorer, Christopher Columbus. The original City Hall building was built in 1872 and was destroyed by fire in 1921. The current City Hall building was built in 1926 and completed in 1934 as part of the revitalization of the downtown riverfront area. City Hall houses the office of the Mayor as well as various other city government offices.

The Columbus City Hall Building had a 3" galvanized roof drain with potential leaks. The roof drain was located on the second floor with limited access. The equipment had to be staged inside the building and ran through the windows. The line was 35' in length and included four 45's

Using Flow-Liner® technology, a Flow-Liner Certified Installer prepared and installed the "Flow-Liner® Cured-In-Place Pipe Lining System."

The roof drain line was successfully lined without demolition or disruption to the occupied office spaces at the City Hall Building. The President of Smith Roofing was very pleased with the results and commented:
"We are very pleased with how the Flow-Liner installation was performed by your installer. The pipe lining crew was very professional and courteous. They did a great job for us in a timely manner. The pipe lining saved us from having to dig up and replace the piping, which would have been very costly and inconvenient. We highly recommend your product and consider it a viable option compared to pipe replacement. Your people on the job were knowledgeable and friendly. The job went very smoothly."

We are pleased to announce another successful project and proudly add
Smith Roofing/City of Columbus
to our list of happy and satisfied customers.

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