McElroy fusion machines provide leak-free connections at Fort Huachuca

In the late 1800s, the soldiers of Fort Huachuca were in hot pursuit of Geronimo and defending settlers from Apache raids. During World War I, the 10th Cavalry “Buffalo Soldiers,” as the Cheyenne and Comanche referred to them, were assigned there to guard the U.S.-Mexico border and later followed Pancho Villa’s trail to Mexico. Today, Fort Huachuca is not only a national landmark brimming with stories of the Old West, it is home to the …

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New Pipeline Brings Natural Gas to Rural Residents of Maine

It costs less, burns cleaner and is readily produced in North America, but the infrastructure is simply not in place to bring natural gas heat to many rural residents of Maine. Summit Natural Gas of Maine is out to change that. They have already installed more than 130 miles of pipeline in central Maine, but that’s just the start. Over the next five years, they plan to invest $460 million into the construction of transmission …

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City Of Norman Rehabilitates Faulty Sewer Line

“As long as there is clay and concrete pipe in the ground, it’s going to have to be replaced, and the best pipe to replace it with is polyethylene,” said Ron Pool, Superintendent of Jordan Contractors of Tecumseh Oklahoma. Pool is replacing 9,000 feet of a clay sewer line in Norman Oklahoma. The project is the fourth phase in the city’s efforts to rehabilitate failing infrastructure. Sand has infiltrated a line located in a new …

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