Features

Over the past 20 years, pipebursting has become firmly established as a primary method of replacing underground pipe infrastructure past its useful life.

Ron Walker

The recently completed Line 108 Replacement Project featured the use of HDD for portions of the pipeline installation beneath two rivers and two extremely sensitive natural areas.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

As China continues to consolidate its position as a political, economic and industrial world power, many of its large cities are experiencing the same infrastructure problems as those in other areas of the world.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Throughout 2009, the Laney Directional Drilling Co., Humble, TX, has been celebrating its 20th year in business.

Big Ten football equals crowds and traffic in the heart of Madison, WI. About 80,000 people poured into Camp Randall for the opening football game for the University of Wisconsin Badgers on Sept. 5.

The recent expansion of the sanitary sewer system at Ft. Lewis, WA, included the installation of 5,000 feet of 36 inch and 400 feet of 30 inch diameter HDPE pipe to replace the base’s vitrified clay system.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

A good case can be made that using the earth's natural energy storing capabilities is the most cost efficient and environmentally friendly way to heat and cool homes, businesses and institutional buildings.

The University of North Carolina took advantage of the ongoing renovation of its baseball stadium to also replace the storm water infrastructure that runs below the stadium and ball field.

Don Talend, Contributing Editor

The backhoe loader is really two machines in one, and the specifying process is twice as important.

Static pipebursting continues to flex its trenchless muscles in projects around the United States.

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