Thompson Midwest Faces Application Challenges
Thompson Midwest Dewaters 23’ Beneath River Bottom:
A local contractor needed to install a collection chamber at the base of a river 23’ below the riverbed. The contractor consulted Thompson Midwest after having unsuccessful responses from two other... Read More
What to Look For in a Quality Trash Pump
Many pumps are available in the marketplace today for many different applications, including: sewer bypass, wellpoint dewatering, dewatering excavations, and many others. Determining the best pump to use on a particular application can be a challengi... Read More
Insituform Technologies, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida
As communities grow with residential, business and other public works amenities, new methods of construction using the latest available technologies
are being considered as alternatives to current methods of construction.
Such was the case in Jacks... Read More
Thompson Pump Aids in Sewer Replacement in Orlando, FL
In Orlando, Florida, Garney Construction was called upon to remove and replace a 24-inch sewer force main along Sand Lake Road. The construction work began at the busy intersection of International Drive and Sand Lake Road and went east to Universal ... Read More
Thompson Pump Dewaters for Two New Facilities
Atlantic City, NJ is one of the most sought after vacation spots in the country. With its famous boardwalk, casinos, hotels, and other local attractions, Atlantic City receives many visitors to its shores.
When construction occurs on this jam-packed... Read More
Dolomite Mine Application in Pensacola, FL
North Florida Rock, a mining company in Pensacola, FL, was hired to extract dolomite ore from a
privately owned section of land. Dolomite is a carbonate rock formation found all over the world
that is widely used in road paving.
The open pit mine ... Read More
Sock Applications in Florida
In Florida, one of the main requirements to any construction project is the need to remove groundwater before construction can begin. Florida’s water table is extremely close to the surface, such that groundwater can cause excavation sites, or any jo... Read More