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As The Woodlands, TX turns 40, the city is preparing to spend $40 million over the next five years to upgrade its wastewater system due to old age from collapsing sewer lines to equipment failures and rain-induced sewage overflows.

A skilled labor shortage is impacting manufacturers located between Delano, Winsted, Hutchinson, and Litchfield in the West Central Region of Minnesota.

Interstate Natural Gas Association of America’s (INGAA) board of directors is committed to building on the industry’s success in reducing emissions by developing guidelines that enhance efforts to discover and repair leaks from pipelines and associated equipment.

North Carolina utilities are planning to build a massive water pipeline to ease water demands in that state.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced a Clean Water Act (CWA) settlement requiring the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) and seven East Bay communities to conduct extensive system repairs aimed at eliminating millions of gallons of sewage discharges into the San Francisco Bay.

Laney Directional Drilling Company, the world’s largest independent horizontal directional drilling (HDD) company serving the oil and gas pipeline industry, has been acquired by an affiliate of Maxim Partners LLC and Falcon Investment Advisors LLC.

The Trenchless Technology Center (TTC), located on the campus of Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA, has appointed Dr. David Thomas Iseley, P.E., as the next director of TTC and the Contractors Education Trust Fund Eminent Scholar Chair Professor of Civil Engineering and Construction Technology.

The Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Council Americas has released the results of a survey by RVA LLC, revealing new data on the usage and impact of fiber to the home networks in North America.

John T. Schmidt, vice president of RCP Integrity Services, passed away unexpectedly on June 4.

Total U.S. construction machinery exports for first quarter 2014 totaled $4.292 billion compared to $5.287 billion in the first quarter of 2013 – a drop of 18.8 percent, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), citing U.S. Department of Commerce data.

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