To overcome problems of excavation technology far repairing or replacing underground buried pipes which are worn out or damaged, various trenchless repair-reinforcement technologies have been invented. But these trenchless technologies also have many problems in the aspect of economy and convenience of operation. In this research, the repair-reinforcement process using RTM (Resin Transfer Molding) which can solve problems of present trenchless technologies was developed. The resin wetting and void removal during RTM process to form large composite structures inside of buried pipes were experimentally investigated. From the experiment, it was found that the new technology had advantage over conventional methods by employing appropriate process parameters and void removal vents.