Wessex Water has won the UK Institute of Water’s Innovation Award for the utility’s new ‘re-rounder’ sewer repair equipment.
One of the world’s largest trenchless technology companies has been acquired for an estimated US$700 million.
British manufacturer Innovex has appointed Covalent Technologies as an Australasian distributor of its Pipe Pusher equipment.
The North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) has named Frank Firsching as the recipient the Outstanding Lifetime Service Award.
A renowned trenchless specialist’s new technology has been nominated for an award recognising innovative machinery.
Charles Machine Works has named Kevin Smith as the President of subsidiaries Subsite® Electronics and HammerHead® Trenchless.
The United Kingdom Society for Trenchless Technology (UKSTT) has released the society’s inaugural webinar.
Vermeer Corporation has acquired a vacuum excavation specialist, extending the company’s range of non-destructive excavation products.
A major UK water utility has awarded a five-year, £40 million (US$52.5 million) contract to deliver leak detection technology to multiple suppliers.
A Canada-based international oil powerhouse has awarded a drilling and directional services contract to Canada’s largest drilling rig contractor.
Picote Solutions’ Brush Coating™ System, used to rehabilitate deteriorated pipelines, has been assessed and approved by WRc in the UK.
Vortex Companies has signed SAK Construction as a licensee for its sprayed-in-place pipe (SIPP) rehabilitation system, the Quadex Lining System (QLS).
CMP Products has secured a contract to supply cable restraining cleats for the multimillion dollar Singapore Tunnel Project.
Japan’s JIM Technology (JIMT) has become a 50 per cent shareholder in business partner TERRATEC, an Australian designer and manufacturer of tunnelling machines and equipment.
The United Kingdom Society for Trenchless Technology (UKSTT) has celebrated its 25th anniversary at its Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony on 19 September 2018.
UK water utility Anglian Water has proposed a plan to invest £6.5 billion (US$8.5 billion) in water management over the 2020–25 period.
The Coldwater Board of Public Utilities (CBPU) will invest US$227,000 in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) solutions for its water systems.
A Primus Line® DN 400 PN18 system has been used to reline an international gravity sewer system between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.