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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.

Three speakers including Oklahoma Rep. Jim Bridenstine will share their knowledge and expertise with attendees of The Pipeline & Energy Expo, a three-day oil, gas and pipeline energy conference and trade show with industry networking and professional development opportunities, August 25-27, at the Cox Center in Tulsa.

America’s interstate natural gas transmission industry has made great strides in recent years in reducing the amount of natural gas released from pipeline systems, thanks in part to pipeline safety efforts and modernization and expansion projects to ensure system reliability and resiliency.

The AECOM Technology Corporation announced that it has been awarded a $91-million contract by Miami-Dade County commissioners in Florida to oversee $1.6 billion in federally mandated repairs to the county’s sewer system.

Launched on the eve of UN World Environment Day, Volvo Construction Equipment is hosting a new initiative working with partners to drive sustainability across the construction industry.

Energy Transfer Partners, a Houston, TX-based company, says a subsidiary—ET Rover Pipeline Company LLC —intends to build an interstate pipeline to move natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica shale gas formations in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio to a terminal in Ontario, Canada.

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