Fuse and bore teams bring relief, solution to flood-ravaged water customers

For weeks, residents living near Oologah Lake dealt with water outages, boil advisories, low water pressure and mandatory water rationing in the aftermath of historic flooding that plagued Oklahoma last spring.

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London’s antiquated gas mains being replaced with modern piping system

In 1985, a fractured 6” cast iron gas main exploded on a block of three-story luxury flats in Putney, a London suburb, killing eight people and trapping dozens in the rubble. The tragedy led to a government safety inquiry which determined that the break occurred due to vertical loading stresses, most likely from the heavy vehicles that serviced the building.

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Arched bridge presents unique staging for pipe fusion job

Sailboat Bridge, which arches impressively over Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma, was a feat of infrastructure when it was built in 1938 and rebuilt in 2001. Installing new water and sewer pipelines on the underside of its half-mile-long deck was quite a feat as well. The dual pipelines are funded by the Cherokee Nation in its efforts to bring water and sewer services from the city of Grove to their new casino that just opened …

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