Pipe Materials: Least Cost or Best Value?
by Water Utility Infrastructure Management, December, 2014 - 12/01/2014

The city of Tyler, TX evaluates the long-term, best value for the community as part of their bidding process. 
Pipe Bursting with NO-DIG Vitrified Clay Jacking Pipe
by Trenchless Technology, April, 2014 - 04/01/2014

Tremendous population growth in Phoenix, AZ leads to a need for larger diameter pipe. 
Beating CSOs in Seatown
by Municipal Sewer & Water, January, 2014 - 01/01/2014

Seattle has negotiated a unique consent decree that allows it to target stormwater runoff project ahead of CSOs and SSOs. 
Thinking Outside the Box - Clay Pipe Used in Connecticut Sliplining Project
by Sharon M. Bueno - 12/01/2012

Sliplining with Vitrified Clay Pipe in Connecticut 
A City's Renaissance
by Garret Richardson - 05/01/2011

Riverside, California, recently solved a challenging design problem by combining a traditional material with new installation techniques. 
Going Under Cover
by Laura Anderson - 05/01/2011

The City of Milwaukee and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation worked together to unite two sewer lines using a direct-jacked, uncased vitrified clay pipeline. 
Past as Prologue
by Water Utility Infrastructure Management, January/February, 2011 - 01/01/2011

After years of using a variety of other pipe materials, the City of Portland, OR is revisiting VCP.