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Michael Reed, Contributing Editor

In February, when Summit Natural Gas of Maine began providing natural gas to Gardiner, ME, businesses and residents who until then had relied on propane or heating oil, it was only part of a much bigger story.

Compact excavators are more powerful, productive and durable than ever before, enhancing their usefulness on construction jobs from site development to roadwork.

Robert Carpenter, Editor

The serene sounds of summer are being played out across the country as the weather heats up. Or not.

Pipeline safety is back on the congressional agenda: in part because of a recent Department of Transportation Inspector General's report and in part because of PHMSA'S failure to finish rulemakings mandated by the 2011 pipeline safety bill.

Three years ago, Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR), in conjunction with Milliken Infrastructure Solutions, developed the EcoCast Advanced Geopolymer Relining System to provide a more cost-effective sewer infrastructure repair and rehabilitation solution.

Quadex / InterfitUSA, an industry leading provider of manhole, pipe and lateral rehabilitation products based out of North Little Rock, AR, announces that Taylor Daniele joined its management team in June.

Baltimore City Department of Public Works will soon implement a new pipe condition assessment service as a means to assess the condition of select water distribution and transmission mains throughout the city.

Seattle Tunnel Partners (STP), the design-build contractor for the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel in Seattle, announced on April 21 it will replace the bearing on the State Route 99 tunneling boring machine (TBM) and expects the machine to start tunneling again in March 2015.

For the latest trends, use and research in plastic pipe networks, attend the Plastic Pipes XVII (PPXVII) event at Chicago’s Swissôtel, Sept. 22-24.

Hoffman Equipment Company announced that Mike Anderson has been promoted to vice president and general manager of New York operations.

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