CLADLINER was featured again in Trenchless Technology Magazine April 2018, A Hole in One Rehab Project in Connecticut.

Cutting up the greens of a golf course to replace a deteriorating septic tank is hardly an ideal situation for a country club. But when a concrete septic tank at Burning Tree Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut, severely deteriorated, replacement became a real, although undesirable, option.

This private country club, which was founded in 1962, features amenities including an 18-hole golf course that has hosted U.S. Open Qualifiers and Met PGA events; an eight-lane, 25-m pool with a diving well; Har-Tru tennis courts; a platform tennis complex; and multiple member and event dining options. Disrupting the golf course fairways meant not only an inconvenience and an eyesore to the members but also a costly endeavor. Read More