Cathodic protection

“We’ve been installing anodes along our lines for decades as a routine maintenance program,” says Dave Biggs, a Laclede Gas construction and maintenance department employee.

Massachusetts is rich in history, but not everything “old” is charming. An example is the aging infrastructure that is often hidden or buried in many cities throughout the state.

Rita Tubb, Managing Editor

Underground Construction’s latest survey figures indicate gas utility spending to serve new customers and rehabilitate, repair and replace the nation’s mains and services, meters, valves, regulator, cathodic protection, SCADA networks and peak shaving facility will total about $12.1 billion in 2009, compared to $11.9 billion in 2008.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

There's no single solution to solving current and future workforce shortages of construction workers. Organizations usually must consider several options to address their individual situations.

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