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Stop Groundwater Infiltration with Prime Resins’ Convenient, New Kit

Prime Resins introduced new technology to stop groundwater infiltration, primarily in manhole, culvert and stormwater structure applications.

People, Service Drive Mears’ Continued Success

The year 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the Mears Group. Founded in 1970, Mears today is an industry-leading energy infrastructure solutions provider serving multiple markets that include gas distribution, pipeline and facilities construction, pipeline integrity, horizontal direction drilling (HDD) and Direct Pipe (DP) installations. Mears isalso active in the electric transmission and distribution, telecommunications, and water and sewer markets. As it has for 50 years, Mears’ headquarters remains in the small town of Rosebush, Mich., but it now has locations in 24 other states.

Utility and Communications Construction Update

Despite the global pandemic forcing most people to stay indoors, utility infrastructure construction and repair work continues to chug along around the county.

Unique Intersect Bore Features Surface Tie-In

A recent HDD project in Texas installed an intersect connection for an HDD project on the surface of the water in Corpus Christi Bay.

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First Look: Loki Locator Designed For Utility Construction

Schonstedt Instrument Co. has introduced a new underground utility pipe and cable locator designed to “sweep” large areas for the presence of buried assets.

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Jean Youngerman

Jean Youngerman joined environmental engineering and construction firm Brown and Caldwell, as a senior principal. 

Ditch Witch

With the introduction of four new modules, more underground construction and outdoor professionals from around the globe can take advantage of Ditch Witch Certified Training.

Plastics Pipe Institute

The Plastics Pipe Institute (PPI) published a new guide for the use of chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) piping systems in commercial buildings.

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