A third item was added to the adage about two things in life that are inevitable: water main repairs.
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HDD technology, specifically locating equipment, was needed as the construction method for this project due to the number of existing below-ground utilities.
At present, a large horizontal directional drilling and trenching project is taking place that extends…
When one of the country’s leading oil companies was having issues with a leaking storm pipe at one of its inactive depots, the use of trenchless technology — specifically cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) — was key to its rehabilitation.
The HDD industry was born in the late 1980s and began to be accepted in the last five years of the century. As the young industry searched for acceptance, it faced multiple roadblocks.
WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL — the meeting place of water industry experts — is strengthening its image.
The importance of a properly designed and supported mud recycling (separation) plant is now more vital than ever.
A HammerHead HB125 static pipe-bursting system, provided by U Mole (a division of Vp plc within Groundforce) was recently utilized by rail contractor Carillion to undertake an interesting and challenging project to replace a 450 mm i.d. clayware sectional culvert running beneath the main railway line between Crianlarich and Oban.
CA activities were conducted continuously through 1997. In 1998, an air stripper remedial system initiated…
2012 marks a significant anniversary for the Earth Boring company — 65 years in business. Though Tom Yarley is not here to mark the anniversary, his passion for the trenchless industry lives on through his wife, Carmen, and son, Gene Woodbridge, owners of Earth Boring Co. Ltd., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
The 35-year company anniversary and his own milestone birthday gave Herrenknecht AG chairman of the board of management Dr.-Ing. E.h. Martin Herrenknecht a good reason to celebrate in style.
With so many technological advancements constantly driving the equipment side of trenchless construction, the maxi rig market seems to draw significant interest due to the sheer size of drill rigs and bore length capabilities.
In my travels, one of the most common questions I’m asked by contractors is: “How long should my tool last?”
Herrenknecht AG marked its 35th anniversary in style with a 2,000-guest gala.
Mississippi contractor C. B. Developers Inc. has developed a solid reputation for quality work over the past dozen years.
A new pipeline was needed to replace a failing cast iron watermain laid during World War II in Waitakere, Auckland, New Zealand, which traverses some of the most rugged topography and dense bush imaginable.
Martin Cherrington does not have a Wikipedia page explaining how he is an inventor of…
As the No. 1 Source for Trenchless News, Trenchless Technology magazine wants to hear from you about the state of your water mains.
Face it. Drill pipe isn’t the sexiest thing on your jobsite. It doesn’t have moving parts or horsepower or even the bite of a downhole tool.