SAMCO E-Newsletter

by | Dec 14, 2011 | News

SAMCO’s Year-End Projects

As 2011 is wrapping up, SAMCO is in the process of completing projects for the City of Llano and Southwest Water Company. In Llano, the team is working on a 30 linear mile leak project south of the city, bordering the Llano River, as well as completing wastewater manhole inspections for the city. For the Southwest Water Company, SAMCO is finishing up several Houston area projects, including work at Chelford One MUD, Chelford City MUD, Mission MUD #1, and Mission MUD #2.

Sam will be giving a presentation for HDR Engineering at a brown bag lunch in Austin on Jan. 10. If your organization is interested in learning more about leak detection services and technology, Sam is available to come speak to your group.

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2012 Projects

SAMCO is looking forward to starting new projects in the new year, including inspecting several linear miles of pipeline for leaks in Lake Jackson, Texas for the Brazosport Water Authority, as well as for Northwest Harris County MUD #10. Other projects in the works include annual leak projects for Water District Operations Company at Bridgestone MUD and Southwest Water Company at Harris County MUD #170. These facilities know the value of annual, preventative maintenance, both for water conservation and cost savings. Between the ongoing drought and economic issues, both considerations are more important than ever.

If you’d like to add your project to the 2012 schedule, please don’t hesitate to contact SAMCO.

To find a SAMCO leak detection application just click here,

or call Sam Godfrey at (512) 751-5325 for more information.

www.www.samco-leakservice.com

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