An introduction to modern storm sewer concepts and the integral part played in them by corrugated steel pipe. Discusses types, planning, hydraulics, structural design and rehabilitation. Intended for engineers. (1997) – VHS VIDEO (23:00)
Defines the 4 principal features of a ditch and their functions, then demonstrates 2 methods of mechanical cleaning of ditches using a motor grader and a backhoe. Stresses the importance of reestablishing positive drainage drainage which is critical to prevent subbase and base failures of the roadway. (1984) – VHS VIDEO (20:00)
Focuses on typical hazards around the construction of bridges and culverts. Shows problems with utilities, falling workers, falling objects and cranes. (1996) – VHS VIDEO (12:00). (Highway Work Zone Safety Series).
Reviews the basics and details of proper culvert installation for field crews. Details steps involved in planning the installation as well as details and examples of excavating, removing, placing and backfilling culverts. Demonstrates the benefits of good compaction. (n.d.) – VHS VIDEO (18:00)
Basic overview of the importance of roadway drainage. Includes maintenance techniques for ditches, culverts, storm-sewers and drains. Also covers inspection tips and liability issues. VHS VIDEO (19:00)
Industry video focusing on steel pipe installation. Covers evacuation, preparation, handling, assembly and backfilling. Good example of a safe and effective installation. (n.d.) – VHS VIDEO (20:00).
Discusses types of bridges, bridge components, safety practices, routine inspection and tests required. Recommends maintenance practices to reduce deterioration. (1995) – VHS VIDEO (36:00)
Reviews maintenance practices for bridges on low volume local roads. Includes a discussion of bridges on gravel roads. (1994) – VHS VIDEO (14:00))
Demonstrates good practices for installing cross pipes needed to control the flow of water on highways. (1989) – VHS VIDEO (9:00)
Overview of purpose, planning, design and installation of culverts. Details impacts of culverts on wildlife, erosion and durability. (2002) – DVD (20:00)
Explains how stormwater management has expanded to include water quality and flood control in addition to traditional drainage objectives. Provides examples of commonly used stormwater management facilities and pollution prevention practices. Designed for use at public meetings, boards of public works, plan commissions, land use committees, etc. (1995) – DVD (9:00), PRINT MATERIALS.
Six part production providing information on rural gravel and dirt road maintenance. Set in federal forests, but the basic information is helpful for all rural low volume roads. Some segments are also available individually as indicated. Segments include: 1. Forest Roads and the Environment (18:00). – 2. Reading the Traveled Way (#18560) (16:00). – 3. Reading Beyond the Traveled Way (17:00). – 4. Smoothing and Reshaping the Traveled Way (#18561) (18:00). – 5. Maintaining the Ditch and Surface Cross Drains (16:00). – 6. Dangerous Travelers (26:00). (2006) – DVD (116:00 – total).