Contractor solves pressing water problem in Oklahoma

Tubb, Maretta
February 1998
Underground Construction;Feb98, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p48
Trade Publication
Details how Ram Engineering & Construction Inc. addressed the water line problem of the city of Henryetta, Oklahoma. Problem associated with the temperature of the city's water supply; Use of a unique fusion machine; Selection of polyethylene pipe for the project.


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