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Ruth Michels was awarded the University of Wisconsin-Madison Construction Club’s Lifetime Achievement Award on April 25 at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

A practical and cost-efficient method to accurately locate buried plastic pipe has been developed by 3M, addressing the inability of conventional locating equipment to detect HDPE, MDPE and PVC pipe and conduit that does not contain tracer wire.

Advanced Drainage Systems Inc. (ADS), a manufacturer of corrugated plastic pipe, has opened a new distribution yard.

EPA recently announced that Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, was awarded first place in the site design category in EPA’s second annual Campus RainWorks Challenge competition.

S&N Communications, a provider of construction and maintenance services to telecomm, cable and utility companies, based in Kernersville, NC, and with corporate offices in Louisa, VA, was recently awarded a major contract for fiber optic work in West Virginia and Pittsburgh, PA.

The Province reports that Enbridge has ensured labor peace for its $6.5 billion (CN) Northern Gateway pipeline project.

Supporters and opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline have been in hot debate over its delayed construction, saying it is a political ploy aimed at putting off the decision on the devisive pipeline project until after midterm elections in November.

The PFERD Tool Mobile program, which was launched in the U.S. 10 months ago after proving successful in Europe and Australia, has hired a new applications sales engineer.

Homeowners in Salt Lake City are being offered optional coverage for private sewer line insurance by the city’s Department of Public Utilities.

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners recently announced it would build and operate a new, 213-mile, 15-inch diameter pipeline to transport carbon dioxide from the company’s St. Johns source field in Apache County, AZ, to the Kinder Morgan-operated Cortez Pipeline in Torrance County, NM.

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