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Members of the Power & Communication Contractors Association (PCCA) remained “resilient” in 2009 in spite of a worldwide recession. “The telecommunications crash of 2000/2001 forced the association and its members to diversify and to operate in a tight economy, and that experience helped the association and its members deal with challenges of the current recession."

For Princeton, IL, a city of 7,500 residents, the future is now as it continues to modernize itself through a program that will eventually see all overhead electrical utility cables put underground.

Tulsa, OK, has long been established as a principal base for oil and gas pipeline manufacturers, contractors and energy companies. While much of the industry has consolidated in Houston, Tulsa remains a principal manufacturing and service hub for the pipeline market.

Ballantine offers a complete line of backreamers for nearly all ground conditions.

President Obama's fiscal 2011 budget proposal (for the year starting Oct. 1, 2010) contains significant sums for the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds in spite of pressure to reduce non-defense, non-entitlement spending.

Grindex Pumps introduces a new generation of submersible heavy-duty drainage/sludge pumps for construction, tunneling and other industries.

The 18GSTAP Trash Pump 18-inch workhorse is capable of achieving maximum flows in excess of 12,000 gpm and maximum total head of 135 feet.

From ductile iron to plastic pipe, PowerGrit technology requires less access to cut pipe in the ground.

The new depressed center (Type 27) Ceramic Oxide grinding wheel is a high performance, bonded tool designed to handle a broad range of tasks including blending, deburring, shaping, sanding, finishing and polishing.

Designed for the rugged cross-country pipeline market, the HD6 Pipeline pump is an all-purpose 6-inch pump producing flows past 2,700 gpm and heads to 165 feet, able to pass 3-inch solids.