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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.
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.
With the trenchless industry constantly expanding, it is becoming widely accepted that horizontal directional drilling (HDD) has value in many applications. Add high voltage installations to the list.
TTC director Dr. Erez Allouche wins Technology Product of the Year for his innovative “green” geopolymer concrete technology.
Successfully locating and identifying buried utilities is a process of elimination — elimination of mistakes — according to Matt Lumbers, Ditch Witch electronics product manager.
Construction is under way on a 32-mile ductile iron pipeline that will carry treated wastewater from the City of Meridian, Miss., to an industrial customer northeast of Meridian.
Benjamin Media Inc. is hosting the Opportunities in Utility Construction Conference (OUCC) in conjunction with its Trenchless Technology Road Show Oct. 9-10 in Wilmington, Ohio.
The cost of operating and maintaining sewer treatment facilities is an ongoing challenge for hundreds of towns and villages across the United States.
Installed more than a century ago, the two 36-in. diameter cast iron sewerage force mains transporting all of the sanitary waste out of Atlantic City, N.J., were deteriorating and becoming a problem for their owner, Atlantic City Sewerage Company (ACSCo) to maintain.
NASSCO has extended the deadline for Pipeline Assessment Certification Program (PACP) recertification from Feb. 29, to Aug. 31, 2012.
Frustration caused by sluggish Internet speeds, limited bandwidth and high costs, along with a ranking by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration placing Wisconsin 45th among all states for high-speed Internet access, prompted the development of a partnership among several Wisconsin communities and the University of Wisconsin-Extension (UW-Extension) to address the connectivity concerns.
Arecent trend in the communications industry is increasing the placement of fiber optics underground, rather than aerial. Fiber-optic communication is a widely used method of transmitting information at a high bandwidth using optical fibers. It is used by telecommunications companies for Internet communication and to transmit telephone and cable television signals.
Xylem Inc. (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, has broken ground on a 10,000-sq ft extension of its manufacturing facility in Bridgeport, N.J., to support continuing growth in the dewatering segment.