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Midwest mole tackles water line project at the national mall

If you’re one of the more than 25 million people who visit the National Mall & Memorial Parks in Washington, D.C., you can thank Midwest Mole and horizontal directional drilling (HDD) technology for your next sip of cool, refreshing water from a fountain of a faucet. Click to Download Article

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Midwest Mole Constructing 2,100-ft Tunnel as Part of INDOT Improvements Project

After years of collaboration between the City of Fishers, City of Noblesville, Hamilton County and Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to address the traffic congestion and public safety challenges along the State Road (SR) 37 corridor, plans are underway to rehabilitate the corridor from 126th Street to 146th Street. SR 37 is a four-lane, north-south […]

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Sliplining in Indiana

A failing culvert was given a second life through trenchless rehabilitation INFRASTEEL, A PERMANENT CULVERT REHABILITATION SYSTEM, was used by Midwest Mole of Greenfield, Indiana, to slipline a 245-ft long, 144-in. diameter failing corrugated metal pipe (CMP) culvert under US 31 in Miami County, Indiana. US 31 is a heavily traveled northsouth thoroughfare in Indiana, […]

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Last Word: DCA Showcases HDD on National Mall

On June 5, members of DCA’s Government Relations Committee and HDD Committee conducted a demonstration of HDD on the Washington Mall, where a range of interested stakeholders were able to witness the HDD process up close and personal. Download full article

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Small but Mighty: Midwest Mole Installs 520-ft Sanitary Sewer Line through Various Ground Conditions

In scenic Bloomington, Indiana, contractor Midwest Mole put its 36-in. Robbins Small Boring Unit (SBU) to work. The machine, which is owned by the trenchless technology company, bored a 520-ft crossing as part of the I-69 Section 5 Project owned by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT). Download full article

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Midwest Mole Rising to the Challenge

Danielle Stigall joined Midwest Mole, a trenchless technology company that provides a full range of underground services, just six months ago. But you’d never guess it. She has an easy rapport with colleagues, a sound grasp on the business and a passion for its culture. That’s the way it works at Midwest Mole, which was […]

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Lyles School of Civil Engineering feature on Dan L. Liotti

“1) Plan your work and work your plan. 2) A bad decision is better than indecision. 3) You are only as successful as the people you are leading.” Daniel was raised in Carmel, IN. He attended Our Lady of Mt. Carmel grade school and Carmel High School. At Carmel High School, he was class president […]

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Last Word: The Foundation of Safety

One of my favorite quotes is from Theodore Roosevelt which goes: “No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” This statement exemplifies the most critical aspect of safety and the heart of achieving safety success. The cliché “Safety starts at the top,” — while critically important — simplifies how […]

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Mortimer the Sewer Rat (2007 – 2016)

Mortimer the Sewer Rat, the coveted prize of NASTI’s No-Dig Show Educational Fund Auction and famed symbol of trenchless education, has been retired. He was nine. To NASTI members and trenchless professionals, Mortimer has become the headlining act of the No-Dig Show auction each year, with trenchless companies bidding on the stuffed rat as the […]

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Thinking on The Spot Trenchless Technology Magazine Steubenville, OH

ALONG THE BANKS OF THE OHIO RIVER SITS THE CITY OF STEUBENVILLE, OHIO -HOME TO MORE THAN 20,000 CITIZENS, DOZENS OF HISTORIC SITES AND MUSEUMS, AND ONE LARGE SEWER PROBLEM. Midwest Mole, a leading trenchless technology company based in Greenfield, Ind., was contracted by MWH Constructors to reline a deteriorating section of the City’s existing […]

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