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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

January 31, 2014 | Comments: 0

California Contractors

There is a lot of construction happening in California right now. California highways, such as the famous Interstate 405 "Carmageddon" that began in 2011, and now, just into this New Year "'Jamzilla' is coming," marking the start of another construction shut down on the same highway. Meanwhile, other roads and bridges are being torn down, repaired, widened, or seismically reinforced. Old buildings are being remodeled or demolished altogether for new retail space and new homes are being built by the "tract"-load with developers pushing grand openings for completion by this Spring, known as the busiest time for the house buying market.

2013 marked the start of a pretty good year for us since the recent recession. But to get where we wanted and needed to go, we had to take a good look at our pipeline and determine what needed to change if we were going to get through it.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

May 17, 2012 | Comments: 0

Concrete Storm Drain Contractors

Concrete storm drain contractors perform work related to private and public-owned storm drainage systems. While much of their work is performed behind the scenes, contractors play an important role in protecting America's communities.

Working with experienced concrete storm drain contractors is essential. This is especially true with municipal projects that affect entire cities and towns. Drainage systems are necessary to remove melted snow and storm water from city and residential streets, parking lots and garages, and other ground surfaces.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

February 28, 2012

Storm Drain Contractors

Storm drain contractors are involved with the installation process of subsurface pipes. These systems are necessary for redirecting water flow to reduce the risk of flooding in residential communities, along interstate systems, and surface areas such as parking lots and sidewalks.

Using the services of storm drain contractors is required with all types of pipeline construction jobs including municipal, institutional, industrial, commercial, and residential. Storm drainage systems are crucial for getting rid of storm water runoff that collects on ground surfaces and could result in flooding.

Storm drainage systems are comprised of catch basins and inlets that are strategically placed along curbs, roads, and sidewalks to redirect storm water runoff to subsurface pipes. These pipes transport excess water to an outfall opening so that water can be discharged into open bodies of water like rivers and oceans.

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