In the Texas Panhandle town of Tulia, the Mid-Plains Rural Telephone Coop built and currently operates a fiber network that offers high-speed internet, telephone and pay television services to its 2,534 customers.
Ditch Witch drills help Alltech Directional Drilling hammer through hard Texas rock to hit their deadlines.
Thriving with natural resources—including evergreen forests, and bountiful lakes and rivers—the varied landscape of Ontario delights visitors and residents year-round.
Networx Cabling Systems, Inc., d/b/a NCS, Inc., is an Arizona utility contractor specializing in outside plant (OSP) telecommunications construction.
Two methods of trenchless construction are being employed in a project to improve the water infrastructure on the island nation of Barbados.
Understanding the effect of job site conditions is key to keeping screens in good working order.
Advances in the walk-behind trencher technology – specifically in performance and ease of maintenance – make them an increasingly attractive option for operators and a good investment for rental center owners.
A mud-recycling system can be a big benefit to the bottom line. A lot of time and expense can be saved by reusing drilling fluids.
Jobs requiring long trenches, beyond 100 ft, are the bread and butter of ride-on trenchers. These machines keep the operator comfortable and, most importantly, productive for long days spent installing water, electric or sewer lines.