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Randy Happel, Contributing Editor

Given the remarkable capabilities of trenchless technology, crossing a body of water known as the Little River in Massachusetts using horizontal directional drilling (HDD) doesn’t seem like it would be all that difficult.

Summing up the largest diameter pipe burst performed by his company to date, John Newell, general manager of No-Dig Tec of Dallas, quipped, “It was just a walk in the park.”

Terramac LLC, a manufacturer of innovative rubber track crawler carriers, welcomes McClung-Logan Equipment Company and Vermeer Texas-Louisiana to its authorized dealer network.

Hanson Pressure Pipe has taken its education outreach on the road, with a demonstration trailer designed to provide public works managers, engineers and contractors with a closer look at C-303 bar-wrapped concrete cylinder pipe.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Global Asset Management Engineering Consultants (GAME) has introduced to North American pipeline assessment technology that provides pipe wall thickness plus three dimensional and closed-circuit television (CCTV) inspections of water mains in diameters from four to 12 inches.

FERC "pipeline" Commissioner Phillip Moeller held a workshop on Sept. 18, to explore the possibility of the commission, on its own or through a third party, setting up an online trading platform for the nomination and confirmation of pipeline deliveries of natural gas.

Tarlton Corp., a St. Louis-based general contracting and construction management firm, announces two promotions: Richard G. Post, Sr. has been promoted to vice president, power and energy, overseeing the firm’s power and energy and hydrovac services groups.

Keeping workplace safety at the forefront of its business, Felling Trailers’ Litchfield location recently achieved two years without an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable injury with lost time.

LMK Technologies recently appointed Jacqueline Jaques as Western Regional Sales Manager.

McLaughlin Boring Systems is expanding its sales force by adding an additional sales territory in the Midwest.

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