July 2016, Vol. 71 No. 7


LMK Technologies Executive Named To MSTT Board of Directors

Rick Gage, vice president of sales at LMK Technologies, has been named to the board of directors for the Midwest Society for Trenchless Technology (MSTT). The non-profit organization was established in 1998, as a regional chapter of the North American Society for Trenchless Technology, to promote trenchless technology education and its public benefits in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin.

Over the past 10 years at LMK, Gage has actively worked to educate municipal personnel and specifying engineers about trenchless rehabilitation methods. Throughout this time, he has also served as the direct liaison between LMK and the many government entities, contractors and vendors based in North America, Europe, South America and Asia. (815) 640-9302, www.lmktechnologies.com.

In Other Business News…

Case Makes Tutela Products Available To Dealer Network

Case Construction Equipment’s Tutela Powershift HD all-makes powershift transmission fluid is now available through its dealer network to allow CASE dealers to better service mixed fleet customers.

Tutela Powershift HD is engineered to deliver balanced friction performance to heavy-duty powershift transmissions, clutches and wet-brakes, while protecting axles, final drives and other drivetrain components of today’s construction and mining equipment. (866) 542-2736, www.casece.com.

Jeff Wiese Joins TRC

Jeff Wiese joined TRC Companies as vice president and national practice leader for Pipeline Integrity Services. In this role, he will lead the management and delivery of geographic information systems and integrity solutions that help clients develop, operate and maintain critical energy infrastructure safely and reliably.

Prior to joining TRC, Wiese built a 17-year career with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), managing a range of programs and collaborating with federal agencies and committees, pipeline companies and trade organizations, state government representatives, public and private sector emergency responders, and public safety and environmental advocates.

Wiese is an active member of the Common Ground Alliance, and the External Advisors Group for the Center for Offshore Safety. (978) 970-5600, www.trcsolutions.com.

CH2M Selected As Design-Build Partner

The city of Houston and city of San Jose, CA, each selected CH2M as design-build partner for two major water projects: the $1.2 billion Northeast Water Purification Plant Expansion (NEWPP) and $85 million Cogeneration Facility, respectively.
NEWPP, the largest Progressive Design-Build project of its kind in the nation, includes expanding Houston’s existing NEWPP from 80 mgd to 320 mgd through two construction phases, while ensuring high water quality and production rates to meet regional surface water conversion mandates.

The Cogeneration Facility project will provide reliable on-site power and heat, replacing aging equipment at the San José Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility that has been subject to increasingly frequent and severe breakdowns. (720) 286-2000, www.ch2m.com.

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