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Hinkle Reservoir Replacement Bottom Liner System, Baffle, and Floating Cover

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MEMBER COMPANIES: 
Hilts Consulting Group and Viaflex
APPLICATION:
Floating Cover, Bottom Liner, and Baffle Curtain for Potable Water Reservoir
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The FGI is proud to highlight our members' projects utilizing fabricated flexible geosynthetics. Check out some
of the creative projects, understand why certain products were selected, and read the project descriptions
as well as the important lessons learned.

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Protecting Water with Flexible Geomembranes

Brian Fraser, MBA and Rohit Sati, M.S. (Layfield Geosynthetics)

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February 8, 2024
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Protecting Water with Flexible Geomembranes
Presented by
Brian Fraser, MBA and Rohit Sati, M.S. (Layfield Geosynthetics)
Recorded on
February 8, 2024
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FGI Welcomes Iowa Department of Natural Resources

The Fabricated Geomembrane Institute(FGI) is pleased to welcome its newest Government/Regulatory Agency Member, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (Iowa DNR).  

The mission of the Iowa DNR is to conserve and enhance our natural resources in cooperation with individuals and organizations to improve the quality of life in Iowa and ensure a legacy for future generations. The Iowa DNR manages fish and wildlife programs, ensures the health of Iowa’s forests and prairies, and provides recreational opportunities in Iowa’s state parks. Just as importantly, the Iowa DNR carries out state and federal laws that protect air, land, and water through technical assistance, permitting, and compliance programs. The Iowa DNR also encourages the enjoyment and stewardship of natural resources among Iowans through outreach and education.

The FGI liaison is Brian L. Rath, P.E., Environmental Engineer Senior in the Solid Waste and Contaminated Sites Section, who can be reached at brian.rath@dnr.iowa.gov. Please help us welcome the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to the FGI!!!!

FGI Welcomes Burke Industries LLC

The Fabricated Geomembrane Institute (FGI) is pleased to welcome its newest manufacturer member, Burke Industries LLC. Burke offers a highly diversified portfolio of elastomeric solutions for construction, aerospace, the armed forces, and a wide range of commercial applications. Burke has their own product lines in roofing, pond-liners, and aerospace. Their experienced team ensures consistent results and high-performance solutions, time after time. Burke was founded in 1942 by Roscoe Burke in San Jose, CA, where it is still headquartered today. The FGI liaison is Kevin Sroka, who can be reached at kevin.sroka@mannington.com or www. burkeind.com. Please help us welcome Burke Industries to the FGI!!!!

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