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Tri-County Electric Cooperative

The versatile vacuum excavator has become a familiar sight on utility construction projects.

Vacuum excavators are portable, dual-purpose machines which are both “soft” excavators able to dig precisely-controlled holes and also be used as a powerful vacuum system. They are available in many sizes, ranging from compact contained models on small trailers to large truck-mounted systems.  

SafeBore Confidently Bores Through Ontario Fractured Rock

Thriving with natural resources—including evergreen forests, and bountiful lakes and rivers—the varied landscape of Ontario delights visitors and residents year-round. While the scenery may be striking, the diverse terrain of soil, sediments and rock can pose challenges for people who work below ground.

Networx Cabling Systems, Inc. Company Profile

Networx Cabling Systems, Inc., d/b/a NCS, Inc., is an Arizona utility contractor specializing in outside plant (OSP) telecommunications construction.

Based in Flagstaff in Northern Arizona, NCS currently operates in Arizona and California with licenses pending in New Mexico and Nevada, said Bill Tippett, Networx president.

Barbados Utility Project

Two methods of trenchless construction are being employed in a project to improve the water infrastructure on the island nation of Barbados. Using these trenchless methods on this segment of the project allows aging water mains to be replaced while greatly limiting the amount of excavation needed to bury pipes.

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