August 2017

The workload for Eco Infrastructure Solutions this year has been very steady. With summer zooming by and fall fast approaching, Eco is likely going to get hit hard with all the subdivision work finishing up from a rainy spring. In order to help with the heavy workload, Eco has added more people to the team!

 

 

July 2017

Past spring rains have put Eco Infrastructure Solutions behind on the subdivision work, just as they have the site contractors. On the other hand, it has created work in other areas; we have seen a rise in municipalities. Eco has been performing work for Montgomery County, Hendricks County, Town of Danville, H&H Construction and a host of other entities that have experienced flooding due to the torrential downpours. Despite the rain, it does appear that Eco is going to have another good season.

 

June 2017

Eco Infrastructure Solutions is happy to announce that our two new Ring-o-Matic vac trailers have arrived. We received a 850 HYDEX with a six way boom that we plan on using as a demo unit and a 550 HYDEX that we plan on renting out. Eco continues to stay busy and looks forward to the future workload!

 

May 2017

This past winter had its ups and downs with the weather and ground conditions, but Eco Infrastructure Solutions maintained a good workload and kept a positive cash flow all winter. That was mostly due to the dedication of the guys,  working in the rain and wading through the mud to make it happen. We are looking forward to another great season!

 

 

April 2017

Eco Infrastructure Solutions is starting spring off with an abundant amount of work. We just need the weather to cooperate! Eco’s fleet is continuing to grow. The newest addition is a 2017 box truck. It is currently at RST, getting retrofitted with some of the best equipment. Eco will be capable of measuring cracks in pipe as well as lateral launching. We hope to put it into service in late  May. In addition, Eco has also purchased a TV van. The sales team is working diligently, getting communities near and far to become aware of the great equipment we use.

December 2016

The rains have finally caught up with Eco Infrastructure Solutions! Despite the challenging weather, Eco manages to keep busy. There are still several small jobs to finish up, manhole inspections to complete for an engineering company and several manholes that need rehabbed for a municipality. In addition, Eco also has a few subdivisions that need cleaned and televised.

 

 

 

November 2016

Looks like Eco Infrastructure Solutions is going to have another productive fall. Developers are trying to get their asphalt down and dry utilities in.  The Floyds Knob MH project has been completed with great success. Eco’s employees hand dug over 60 manholes in the yards of various homes and had zero complaints from home owners. Everyone worked diligently on the job, and the customer is happy with the outcome.

Eco is in the middle of performing several small projects in Muncie, IN for Bowen Engineering, and we are bidding a project in Fort Wayne,IN for Aqua Indiana. This project will be 5 to 10 miles a year for the next three years of sewer cleaning and televising.

 

 

October 2016

Eco Infrastructure Solutions has been growing its team this month and would like to welcome new members. We look forward to a successful future!

September 2016

Eco Infrastructure Solutions is happy to announce that sales have gone global.  Kazakhstan, a state in Russia, has purchased RST sewer camera equipment from us. Several contractors and city officials came over a couple of months ago to check out and compared the Super Products vac truck line and the RST sewer inspection equipment to the European equipment. They liked the quality and price so well that they purchased camera equipment from Eco and two vac trucks from Super Products. There is a possibility of them buying one to two more units by the end of the year. As a result, RST has agreed to make Eco the dealer for Russia and its states.

 

 

 

August 2016

It has been a busy month for Eco Infrastructure, and we have a great work load ahead. One of the major undertakings this month has been a job in Floyds Knob. This job consists of uncovering 50 manholes by hand. We also have 50 plus manholes to repair. All of these are located in the rear easements so Eco Infrastructure has a special truck to reach them. In addition to keeping busy with the manhole repairs, product sales are increasing. Eco Infrastructure has 2 TV trucks sold with one heading up north and the other truck going to CEG/United Water.