Underground Infrastructure Rehabilitation

By epoxy or polyurea sprayings


Extends the life of infrastructure by 50 years

Soleno Service offers rehabilitation solutions for manholes, catch basins, large-diameter pipes and structures in concrete or other alternative materials. To solve problems related to leaks, abrasion, vibrations or corrosive products, epoxy polymer or polyurea coatings can be applied.

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Advantages and Benefits

Structural Rehabilitation

Cost-effective Solution

Fast Execution


Our Process

To promote the polymer adhesion, Soleno Service prepares the interior surfaces to be rehabilitated: high-pressure cleaning, injection of cracks and sealing of imperfections.

We then apply the polymer to restore the structural capacity and ensure a perfect seal.

Our process generally extends the life of rehabilitated infrastructure by 50 years.


  • Rehabilitation of manholes and catch basins
  • Rehabilitation of large-diameter pipes
  • Rehabilitation of tanks and basins
  • Rehabilitation of pumping stations
  • Surfaces protection

Before and after the application

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Soleno Service

RBQ: 5668-4319-01
1160 Route 133 C.P. 837,
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC, J2X 4J5
T 844.653.1488

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Our Projects

An economic and no-excavation solution


Outdated, the brick manhole located under rue de la Gare, a commercial pedestrian street in downtown Victoriaville, was showing signs of failure and its replacement was becoming inevitable. Interested by the many benefits offered by underground infrastructures rehabilitation by epoxy spraying, the Director of Public Works of the city, Michel Lachapelle, selected this manhole to put to the test this solution offered by Soleno Service.

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Counter extraneous water


Faced with an excessive daily wastewater flow for its St-Jean-Baptiste pumping station, the City of Châteauguay has chosen the epoxy and polyurea spray rehabilitation solution offered by Soleno Service for a concrete manhole located upstream of the station that carried more than 140 m³ (4944 ft³) of extraneous water into the system every day.

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