During the COVID-19 pandemic, essential workers have provided vital services to keep their communities safe and healthy. Among these essential workers are water professionals, who do the often-unseen work to provide communities with clean water.
The City of Framingham discovered there was a tremendous leak in the horizontal section of the Wickford Road Siphon siphon 15 feet under the bottom the of Sudbury River.
Town of Hull, MA contracts with Green Mountain Pipeline Services (GMPS) to employ trenchless technology designed to extend the life of the sanitary sewer interceptor
Town of Westport, CT contracts with Green Mountain Pipeline Services to employ trenchless technology designed to extend the life of the sanitary sewer pump station
An 8-inch sanitary sewer on a very busy street, downstream end was a water main and a stone wall. The line of clay pipe had multiple cracks and roots. The downstream end had no access point.
Browse a photo gallery from the installation of a 60" liner by field crew-members with Green Mountain Pipeline Services
Crew brings new life to pipeline using trenchless technology.
Tim Vivian will be part of a roundtable discussion about the decision in 2018 to partner with Infrastructure Services Group LLC.
Another perspective on the connections between climate change, extreme weather events, and their impacts on wastewater infrastructure.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services President Tim Vivian will speak at a conference addressing infiltration and inflow.