The new DBI-SALA 50-Foot Sealed-Blok Self-Retracting Lifeline is designed to withstand the harshest operating environment, and includes features that maximize work site versatility and lower the cost of ownership.
A National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) hearing on March 1-2 in Washington may push Congress to renew failed efforts from the fall of 2010 to upgrade pipeline safety laws. The hearings will air the NTSB's preliminary findings from the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) pipeline explosion in California last September where seven people were killed.
ISCO's Snap-Tite, a no-dig culvert lining solution, and the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) Odessa District recently held a demonstration at the Stanton TXDOT maintenance office located a quarter mile north of IH 20 on SH 137 in Martin County, Texas, showcasing how to install a Snap-Tite® liner into an aging and deteriorated culvert.
Underground Construction’s 14th Annual Municipal Sewer and Water Infrastructure Survey appears this month. While compiling and writing the report each year is always extremely interesting and revealing, I found this year’s survey to provide a particularly telling insight into the municipal market.
The year 2010 had many positive aspects for the Power Communications Contractors Association (PCCA) and its members, observed Kevin Mason as he nears the end of his one-year term as the association’s president.