Rocky Mountain Chapter Visits HDD Installation in Littleton, CO

May 17, 2018 by NASTT Staff

Earlier this month, Lithos Engineering, Global Underground Corp and Centennial Water and Sanitation District presented an educational morning for a group of industry professionals to learn more about the Mirabelle Project through Chatfield State Park, that included a 2,500 ft long horizontal directional drilled installation of a 16” FPVC pipe.  The event was hosted the Rocky Mountain Chapter of NASTT.

Benny Siljenberg, Vice Chair of the Rocky Mountain Chapter and VP of Lithos Engineering, said, “Trenchless technology is an ever-evolving technology within the infrastructure industry and by providing these educational opportunities RMNASTT helps industry professionals become more comfortable with unfamiliar construction techniques. This knowledge will allow more options for planning future infrastructure improvements that ultimately result in a better society”.

It’s great to see our Regional Chapters working within our communities to educate, network and spread the trenchless good news story!