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URETEK's Zero Excavation inflow and infiltration solution is a quick, efficient, low-impact, repair solution that deploys an expanding, hydro-insensitive, high-density polyurethane foam to seal, encapsulate, and stabilize infrastructure systems.

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Compare the specs and capabilities of rehabilitation products offered by manufacturers throughout the industry.

The ubiquitous, low fences around perimeters of construction sites are so common these days they don’t draw the attention they once did. Every construction site on which the earth must be excavated or otherwise disturbed has one or several such fences, but their function often is misunderstood.

Gas & water leak detection from Moffatt Enterprises, Fluid Conservation Systems, ADS, Crowcon Detection Instruments, Aries Industries Vivax-Metrotech, Heath Consultants Echologics, SubSurface Instruments, Rycom Instruments, Pressure Pipe Inspection Co.

Spot/Point repairs from Infrastructure Repair Systems, Masterliner, Logiball, LMK Enterprises, Link-Pipe, Perma-Liner Industries, Cosmic TopHat, Ratech Electronics, Lansas/Vanderlans and Sons and AMerik Supplies.

Dewatering equipment from Rain for Rent, Thompson Pump & Mfg., Godwin Pumps, Grindex Pumps, Gorman-Rupp Pumps, Goulds Pumps/ITT, Multiquip, ITT Flygt Water & Wastewater, Allegro Industries and Griffin Pump & Equipment.

Environmental Crossings Inc. (ECI) announced June 3, that long time shareholder Bruce Brasher has purchased all of the outstanding shares and has assumed the position of president. Greg Charney of Lone Star Investments Corp., The Woodlands, TX, was advisor on this transaction and sourced the needed financing.

The Waterfront Mall Project under construction in Washington, DC, will contain retail stores, restaurants, offices and residential units. Through the middle of the site there is an existing 100-year-old, 90-inch diameter storm sewer about 800 feet long. In what should have been a relatively simple project to rehabilitate the pipe, with a few significant yet manageable challenges, circumstances quickly changed to create the “job from hell.”

The drilling accident in the Gulf of Mexico and subsequent massive oil leak continues to make daily headlines in all media forms. The impacts and fallouts from this disaster will continue to be felt for some time.