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Big Time Bursting in Georgia! H&H Site Specialty Dominates Ductile Iron & Keeps Traffic Moving

At the very core of trenchless technology is the idea that subsurface pipes and utilities can be replaced, rehabilitated or installed without having to dig…much, and sometimes not at all. Sometimes that means trenchless technology lives in the spotlight and carries all the weight of success or failure on a job. This is never truer […]

Penn Township Sewage Authority: Getting with the Program, The Pipe Bursting Program!

The Penn Township Sewage Authority (PTSA), Penn Township, Pennsylvania is taking on that old familiar problem of inflow and infiltration (I&I) with strong dedication to trenchless technology. The township has a population of 19,600 and covers a total area of approximately 30 square miles. In 1994, it was placed under a Corrective Action Plan (CAP) […]

Make it Double…Upsize AUI, Inc. Successful at 100% Static Pipe Bursting Upsize in Farmington, NM

Pushing boundaries has been one of the consistent story lines in the evolution of trenchless technology and the growth of trenchless contractors and engineers. The drive to see what’s possible is in many ways responsible for the expanding capabilities of trenchless methods, the development of new ones and the widening exposure and acceptance of trenchless […]

Pipe Bursting on the North Shore: The City of Duluth’s Productive In-House Program is Gaining Momentum & Fans

The City of Duluth, Minnesota, is facing a problem familiar to many municipalities around the country, an aging and slowly failing infrastructure.  The issue has made itself known in the city’s water services area through multiple water main breaks every year.  The city, with a population of 86,000 people, provides drinking water to its residents […]

WaterOne Getting it Done: Pipe Bursting Program Flourishes In-House

The problem is the same for many municipalities and public utilities, system infrastructure is aging rapidly, but the need to continue to provide value to customers, in terms of rates and consistent services, has to be maintained.  Ignoring the problem or providing a Band-Aid solution to the problem isn’t going to help anyone long term. […]