The top 10 Ditch Witch dealerships were recently honored by The Charles Machine Works Inc., manufacturer of Ditch Witch products, as members of the 2011 Crescent Club. From sales and marketing to parts and service, these dealerships exhibited extraordinary service to their customers, to the industry and to the Ditch Witch organization in 2011.
Vermeer Sales Southwest Inc. (VSSW) announces its Albuquerque location has moved to a new, expanded facility. The previous facility, which opened in 2000, was only 6,000 square feet, and the new building is 13,000 square feet on 2.5 acres of land.
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) and six national water groups sent a letter to Congress urging the House and Senate to reject the offered reductions to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) and to maintain funding for these two key clean water programs at the FY12 levels.
State and federal agencies are proposing a giant canal or tunnel to divert a portion of California’s Sacramento River flow out of the San Joaquin Delta, carrying the water directly to export pumps already running near Tracy.
Miya, a wholly owned subsidiary of Arison Investments, has been awarded a contract by the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) to maximize the efficiency of its water systems. The contract value is estimated at $83 million, comprising $59 million in fixed fees and the balance in performance fees over a ten year period.
A photo shows an empty “room” with gleaming white walls and ceiling, perhaps part of a new laboratory facility? Perhaps a dust-free space in a manufacturing plant? Or will it be an environmentally-controlled storage area?
The oilfield services and horizontal directional drilling divisions of Sharewell LP were recently separated into two independent companies. Sharewell HDD LLC will retain its original ownership under Todd Caspary while the oilfield services division is now owned by an investment firm.
With congressional funding of the state revolving funds likely to continue to decline, water infrastructure groups are pushing an alternative funding mechanism -- meant to serve as a supplement to the SRFs, not a replacement -- called a Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Fund.