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Griffin, Jeff
May 1997
Underground Construction;May97, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p26
Trade Publication
Details Henkels & McCoy Inc.'s trenching work in AT&T Etam Branch II Project to install underground fiber optic cable linking AT&T's International Earth Station at Etam, West Virginia to the company's east-west trunk running between Monrovia, Maryland and Parkersburg, West Virginia. Machinery used; Challenges in trenching through rock. INSET: Teamwork pays off..


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