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Advertisers from the print edition of Underground Construction, December 2014, Vol. 69, No. 12.

The Senate Environment and Public Works Water and Wildlife Subcommittee held a hearing to discuss the innovative advances being made in the clean water arena as well as the challenges faced by clean water agencies that are seeking to embrace the concept of the Water Resources Utility of the Future.

Stephen Jack Morgan, 67, passed away on Oct. 15 in Merrillville, IN.

Guy Dickes, Constellation Group

Competitive Power Ventures is currently building a new dual energy (primary- natural gas; secondary- ultra-low sulfur diesel) high-efficiency generating plant in north central New Jersey.

Enterprise Trenchless Technologies Inc. (ETTI) and sister company Enterprise Electric (EE) worked together to complete a key element of the largest solar power project ever built in the state of Maine. It was ETTI’s first “green energy” project.

Larry A. Roetzel, 68, died Oct. 29, in Little Rock, AR, after an extended illness.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

North Carolina-based contracting company S&N Communications has quietly evolved from a respected regional installer of telephone cable to a utility contractor with a national footprint.

TransCanada Corp filed for National Energy Board approval of its $10.8 billion Energy East pipeline to ship oil sands crude to eastern refineries and Atlantic export ports.

In a unanimous vote, San Antonio City Council approved the contract to bring 16.3 billion gallons of new non-Edwards Aquifer water annually for 30 years, and then own the pipeline.

Spectra Energy and Spectra Energy Partners announced in October a proposed expansion of their oil pipeline network, with service from Guernsey, WY, to Patoka, IL.

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