Alabama contractor embraces pipe bursting efficiency

February 1998
Underground Construction;Feb98, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p44
Trade Publication
Details how contractor Harris & Armor Pipebursting adopted pipebursting technology to rehabilitate and replace old sewer lines for Decatur Utilities of Decatur, Alabama. Use of the Hammerhead Mole bursting system; Details of Harris & Armor's work in a wildlife refuge; Economic advantages of using pipebursting systems.


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