Green Mountain Pipeline is hiring Pipe Rehabilitation Technicians and Project Managers with an earning opportunity of $70 – $105,000 and above for field employees! Green Mountain Pipeline is holding a one-day job fair Thursday, May 13th from 7 am – 6 pm at the Hilton Garden Inn Manchester NH Downtown located at 101 South Commercial Street with Free parking. Come fill out an application and you may be hired on the spot. The first 50 applicants will receive a free ticket to the Fisher Cats game at 6:30 pm that night. Possible sign-on bonus for candidates hired.
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Green Mountain Featured in The Latest Issue of ‘Trenchless Technology Magazine’
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Do Your Manholes Look Like this?
Green Mountain Pipeline Services has extensive experience in manhole and wet well rehabilitation. GMPS can offer the best rehabilitation solutions for your underground structure deterioration issues.
Sanitary Sewer Collection System Rehabilitation Project
The project consisted of over 1,000 vertical feet of manhole rehabilitation. This consisted of stopping all active infiltration which was considerable with a lot of heavy rain over the duration of the project.
East Coast Town’s Permanent Solution to a Costly Problem
Looking for a permanent solution to this costly problem, Waterford’s Utility department turned to sewer grouting.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services saved $450,000 for Village
Green Mountain Pipeline Services Works with the Village of Rye Brook, NY to save $450,000
Collaborative Project Underway with Coastal Connecticut Community
The Norwalk Water Pollution Control Authority contracts with Green Mountain Pipeline Services to employ trenchless technology designed to extend the life of the sanitary sewer system thereby protecting Norwalk Harbor, the shellfish industry, and public health.
Thank you Water Workers
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.
Wickford Road Siphon, under the Sudbury River, Framingham, MA
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.
Rehabilitated The Town Of Hull, Ma Aging Wastewater Infrastructure
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
Repair And Rehabilitate Pump Station in Westport, CT
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
Green Mountain Pipeline Services Repairs Pipe “That Couldn’t Be Done”
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.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services saves the day – and expense – for a customer
Using trenchless technology to repair a 36-inch pipe that was 20 feet underground, we were able to save a customer significant expense.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services completes project in Manchester New Hampshire
Browse a photo gallery from the installation of a 60" liner by field crew-members with Green Mountain Pipeline Services
Work of Green Mountain Pipeline Services is featured in Rhode Island newspaper article
Crew brings new life to pipeline using trenchless technology.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services president to speak at national conference
Tim Vivian will be part of a roundtable discussion about the decision in 2018 to partner with Infrastructure Services Group LLC.
City’s sewer overflows could be contributing to climate change
Another perspective on the connections between climate change, extreme weather events, and their impacts on wastewater infrastructure.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services president to present at national conference
Green Mountain Pipeline Services President Tim Vivian will speak at a conference addressing infiltration and inflow.
Polar Vortex: How the jet stream and climate change bring on cold snaps
The connections between global warming and the extremely cold weather explained.
MWRA updates public on work of Green Mountain Pipeline Services
Green Mountain Pipeline Services has been working on the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority project for some time.
Join us at upcoming New England and NY Water Environment Assoc. conferences
Green Mountain Pipeline Services invites attendees to stop by to say hello and learn how we can help solve your infrastructure problems.
Vermont Digger: Green Mountain Pipeline Services announces job opportunities
Green Mountain Pipeline Services is expanding and has immediate job openings with excellent pay and training provided.
NE city rehabs aging wastewater infrastructure; some pipeline 100 years old
Municipality contracts with Green Mountain Pipeline Services to extend the life of the sanitary sewer system and protect public health.
AWWA hails signing of America’s Water Infrastructure Act
The American Water Works Association lauds the signing of this act as an important step forward in the nation’s efforts to renew its aging water infrastructure.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services wins contract in Concord, New Hampshire
The newsletter of the City Manager of Concord, New Hampshire, announces upcoming work to clean and line wastewater and storm sewer pipeline in the city.
Join us at the 2018 North American Society for Trenchless Technology Conference
What's trenchless technology all about? Check out the 2018 NASTT Northeast Trenchless Conference in November, sponsored in part by Green Mountain Pipeline Services.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services announces expanded workforce to meet current and future demand
Headquartered in Vermont, Green Mountain Pipeline Services has immediate job openings and offers training with excellent pay and competitive benefits.
How is climate change impacting the country’s wastewater infrastructure?
An article in Eco Rhode Island News says “more intense and severe weather, thanks to a changing climate” is causing problems for rapidly aging wastewater infrastructure.
How climate change is contributing to extreme weather events
In this public radio interview, a climate expert discusses how climate change is contributing to extreme weather events like hurricanes.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services gets mention in national trade magazine story
Using Green Mountain Pipeline Services for CIPP work as part of a proactive approach to infrastructure repair resulted in significant savings for a NE city.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services adds sales and business development executive
Ray Bahr is a third-generation professional in the wastewater collection industry with a career spanning nearly four decades.
Extreme heat, linked to climate change, is expected to impact water infrastructure
NOAA, located down the street from our parent company's headquarters, reports that all 18 years of the 21st century have been among the 19 warmest on record.
American Society of Civil Engineers’ latest report card on America’s infrastructure
Wastewater infrastructure receives a grade of D+, while drinking water infrastructure earns a D. See the full report including solutions and impacts.
Investors create a new investment platform, Infrastructure Services Group
The market leader for in-depth coverage of North American construction and rehabilitation infrastructure, covers the acquisition of Green Mountain Pipeline Services.
PE Hub Network: Juniper-backed ISG acquires Green Mountain Pipeline Services
ISG is an investment platform formed by Juniper Capital Management, ORIX Mezzanine & Private Equity, and LionsWing Capital Partners LLC.
Head of Green Mountain Pipeline Services is named President of NASSCO
Members of the National Association of Sewer Service Companies select Tim Vivian to lead the organization.
Green Mountain Pipeline Services joins Infrastructure Services Group LLC
Companies in Vermont and Pennsylvania acquired by ISG have combined revenues of more than $32 million.
Archives: US Builders Review Case Study of Green Mountain Pipeline Services
This article from the archives of US Builders Review is as true today as it was when it was first published.
MEDIA REQUESTS & RESOURCES
For inquiries, interviews, images, speakers bureau requests, and other news media needs related to Green Mountain Pipeline Services or sewer system repair and rehabilitation, email Ray Bahr or call 860.986.1072. We are happy to help!