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CASE Construction Equipment has entered into a strategic partnership with Leica Geosystems to provide machine control technologies – both factory installed and aftermarket – throughout its line of construction equipment.

Protecting underground utilities and utility damage prevention is a shared responsibility.

Underground Imaging Technologies (UIT) LLC, A Caterpillar Affiliate, announced that Nicholas Zembillas has joined the UIT Advisory Board as the executive director and chairman.

John Allen, outgoing president of the Pipe Line Contractors Association and president of Pipeline Constructors LLC, welcomed 625 delegates to the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa in Bonita Springs, FL.

The nation’s One-Call system is considered a vital element in on-going efforts to prevent damage to buried pipes and cables – a telephone call to 8-1-1 rings the nearest state One-Call center which arranges for utility providers who are members to locate and mark buried lines at a specified construction site.

With attendance soaring, the National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) held their 38th annual meeting in February at the historic Marriott Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego, CA.

The Downers Grove Sanitary District (DGSD) is located in Downers Grove, IL, a community located 25 miles west of Chicago. The District serves 20,000 residential and business customers in Downers Grove and surrounding communities.

Completing a cast-in-place project that measures 46-feet wide by 39-feet long by 35-feet deep near the shores of Lake Michigan is a challenging project in and of itself. Now add in the challenge of being in the middle of an active British Petroleum (BP) refinery, and you have the unique situation that Superior Construction Company Inc., of Gary, IN, found themselves.

Lining systems by MaxLiner, IPR, National Liner, LMK Technologies, RS Technik, Applied Felts, SAERTEX multiCom, CIPP Corporation, Fibrwrap Construction, Inliner Technologies, Reline America, Masterliner, Perma-Liner Industries, Insituform, Miller Pipeline, Danby, Sekisui SPR Americas and SWP-Systems GmbH.

James Vincent Joyce, 86, died on Feb. 24 in Andover, NY.