SAMCO E-Newsletter

by | Sep 21, 2011 | News

SAMCO’s Summer Projects

SAMCO has been busy this summer, completing annual leak detection surveys for Kingsbridge MUD, Harris County WC&ID #133, Jonah Special Utility District, Mustang SUD, and the Cities of El Campo and Cedar Hill. Other projects included providing services for Harris County Utility District #15, general leak surveys for Ft. Bend MUD #130 and Beechnut MUD, and surveying pipelines for Brazosport Water Authority. SAMCO also responded promptly to emergency leak situations for Sun City Golf Course and S.J. Louis Construction in Amarillo.

Services like these are crucial for the summer months, with drought conditions and high demand due to record heat stressing water sources. Dry soil and the resulting shifts can be tough on infrastructure!

Conferences & Speaking Engagements

99th Annual Texas Municipal League Conference and Exhibition

Booth 937
October 11-14, 2011
George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida de las Americas
Houston, Texas

14th World Lake Conference

October 31-November 4, 2011
Austin Convention Center
500 East Cesar Chavez St.
Austin, Texas 78701

Gearing Up for Fall

SAMCO encourages staff members to stay up to date by attending training and continuing education courses. The SAMCO team is gearing up to attend water distribution and first aid educational classes this month. They are also planning for annual leak maintenance projects for Chelford City MUD, Chelford MUD One, and Mission Bend MUD 1&2. Other pending projects for the fall include North Austin MUD, City of Llano, and San Antonio’s Southwest Research Institute.

If you’d like to see about getting your project on the fall or winter 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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