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Efficiency Production, Inc.

Efficiency Production, "America's Trench Box Builder," unveils the newest innovation to its Build-A-Box modular aluminum trench shielding system: a lightweight, aluminum Octagon Box. The Octagon Box is comprised of standard Build-A-Box aluminum panels, pinned in 135-degree angle vertical posts.

Efficiency Production, a manufacturer of trench shielding and shoring equipment, announced the selection of Tim Hurst as the new manager of the company's special operations shoring division. Hurst has been a slide rail installer and shoring specialist in the department for more than a decade.

On July 14, 2017, Trinity Shoring Products, Inc., through a subsidiary, acquired all substantial assets of Efficiency Production Inc. Trinity will continue to operate the 46-year-old trench shielding and shoring manufacturer under their primary name, Efficiency Production.

Recently, contractor RedStone Construction Group was low-bidder to install a sanitary sewer wet well for North Little Rock (Arkansas) Wastewater. The 25 ft. tall, 8 ft. diameter fiberglass wet well was installed along 10th Street in North Little Rock.

This past June 1, Efficiency Production Inc. hosted Municipal Safety Day for Michigan communities' Departments of Public Works (DPW) and Water Department personnel. Offering training sessions at the event were the Michigan Rural Water Association (MRWA), FallTech, AIS Equipment Company, F.D.

In conjunction with the Michigan Rural Water Association (MRWA), Michigan CAT, Titan Equipment, F.D. Lake and Jack Doheny Company, Efficiency Production Inc. is set to host its 10th annual Municipal Safety Day on June 2 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Efficiency Production's corporate headquarters in Mason, Mich.

In the wake of the Flint water crisis, a huge spotlight has been turned on infrastructure in American, and specifically, the country's miles-long network of aging underground water pipes. While there are new short term efforts to bring fresh water into Flint, plans have been in the works for several years that should provide a long-term solution.

It would be pretty tough to install any shoring system in an excavation 30 ft. (9.1 m) from a major body of water. However, that was the challenge facing Robstown, Texas, contractor Bridges Specialties when they were recently charged with installing a fiberglass lift station just 10 yds.

In 2011, Efficiency Production, Inc. — America’s Trench Box Builder — established the special operations shoring division, staffed by an experienced team of slide rail system experts and installers. “The goal of the division is to use our engineering, manufacturing, and on-the-job experience to help contractors obtain work and successfully complete it,” said Ken Forsberg, president of Efficiency Production.

This past May 29, Efficiency Production Inc. and the Michigan Rural Water Association (MRWA), hosted Municipal Safety Day for Michigan communities’ Departments of Public Works (DPW) and Water Department personnel. Participating at the event were Miss Dig, Michigan CAT, Cherne Industries and Jack Doheny Company.

In conjunction with the Michigan Rural Water Association (MRWA), Michigan CAT, Cherne Industries, Miss Dig and Jack Doheny Company, Efficiency Production Inc. is set to host its 8th Annual Municipal Safety Day on May 29 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Efficiency Production’s corporate headquarters in Mason, Mich.