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Utah governor, Salt Lake City mayor speak at headquarters Grand Opening of nationally acclaimed...

SALT LAKE CITY — Prominent state and local government leaders joined with Jacobsen Construction Company employees this month to cut the ribbon on the...

Precise Pipeline Design Provides Stormwater Runoff Control to Protect West Vancouver

New Pipeline Fights Flooding and Erosion in a Growing Region The first consideration for preventing flooding and erosion from stormwater runoff in this upscale and...

SLIPLINING REHABILITATION OFFERS SOLUTION FOR PROVIDENCE WATER

Kimberly Paggioli, P.E., VP Marketing and Quality Control, Hobas Pipe USA The Providence Water Supplemental Tunnel and Aqueduct Inspection and Repair Program was born of...

Blair, Church & Flynn Strengthens Surveying Leadership with Investment in GNSS Innovation

Using the GS18 I GNSS RTK rover with visual positioning provides marked improvement in surveyor safety and efficiency while maintaining outstanding quality.  When you’re in...

Trenchless Projects in the Borough of Queens Minimizes Disruption

Maintaining the extensive sewer system throughout the five boroughs of New York City is a full-time endeavor.  Public works construction repairs create work zones...

New EPA Rule Points to More Lead Water Pipeline Replacement

IRVING, Texas - December 19, 2019 - With the possibility of tighter rules limiting the amount of permissible lead in water pipes looming, the...

Cavignac & Associates Safety Risk Advisor Chris Malicki Named Safety Professional of the Year...

SAN DIEGO, CA – Chris J. Malicki, CHST, OHST, safety risk advisor for Cavignac & Associates, has been awarded “Safety Professional of the Year”...

‘Sweating’ Pipeline? No Sweat

Chemically Bonded Phosphate Ceramics protects in-use, wet pipeline with an anti-corrosive coating with no VOCs or HAPs    By Del Williams When an electric utility in...

Research program makes plans for more resilient linear infrastructure

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) announced a new £4.8 million engineering research program, led by Newcastle University, that will examine how long linear infrastructure assets, such as road and railway slopes, pipeline bedding and flood protection structures, can be better maintained and monitored to make them more resilient

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