20 Nov Between a Rock and a Hard Place

The following article first appeared in Civil Infrastructure and is used here with permission. What do you do when you're stuck between a rock and a hard place? In the following case study, a contractor working for the Alabama D.O.T. found himself in exactly this type...

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20 Nov Jeffrey Machine Manufactures New Tools to Tackle Big Jobs

The following article first appeared in the February 2013 issue of Foundation Drilling and is used here with permission. The following comes to us from ADSC Associate Member, Jeffrey Machine, Birmingham, Alabama. It is part of an ongoing series of articles that focus on the new developments...

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01 Oct Augering Upward

The following article written by Kelly Gray appeared in the Q4 2013 issue of Piling Canada and is used here with permission.   When you have to get below ground, Jeffrey Machine is tops in tools When Tervita’s Calgary office needed to ramp up their capability on a recent deep...

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02 Aug Southern Raised Augers

The following article appeared in the August 2013 issue of The Utility Source and is used here with permission. The following article follows how a small machine shop was pulled into in the utility construction industry and grew to become one of the world’s largest manufacturers of...

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01 Aug Jeffrey Machine Dragon Tooth

The following article appeared in the August 2013 issue of New Construction Products and is used here with permission.   Okay, so you have a job that requires boring holes for some utility poles. Tight timeframe, but you’ve got a good team and good equipment. The day’s going...

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01 Jan North Carolina Contractor Hits Impregnable Rock

This article written by Bob Green first appeared in the Jan/Feb 2013 edition of the IMSA Journal and is used here by permission. Drilling a five foot deep hole in rock shouldn’t be a problem with a pressure digger and a good rock auger. Haynes Electric Utility...

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