SSC to Educate Prestigious International Trenchless Technology Professionals

Thu April 02, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Specialized Services Company (SSC) announced that Arvid Veidmark III, the company’s executive vice president, will participate in two international conferences this quarter.

Trenchless Middle East 2009, the region’s largest and most prestigious meeting for trenchless technology, was held Feb. 16 to 19, 2009 in Dubai UAE, and The 27th annual International No-Dig Show, the largest trenchless technology event in North America, will be held in Toronto, March 29 to April 3, 2009.

Auger Boring Challenges in the Virgin Islands

Veidmark’s session at both conferences titled, "Auger Boring Challenges in the Virgin Islands" discusses atypical pipeline installations in the most challenging of soil conditions. Through this unique case-based learning opportunity, participants will gain a greater understanding of trenchless methodology than could ever be achieved in a similar classroom environment. All encompassing, this event will enlighten the minds of even the most experienced underground construction professionals.

Veidmark has more than two decades of trenchless operational experience and holds multiple licenses and certifications. In addition to estimating and consulting for this 40 year-old family-owned company, SSC hosts monthly seminars and webinars in Phoenix to educate construction professionals on the benefits of trenchless technology.

SSC provides trenchless auger boring, directional drilling and vacuum excavating to construction and engineering clients. Founded in 1969, SSC is considered the leading trenchless technology provider in the Southwest.

For more information, visit, or call 602/997-6164.

Register for Trenchless Middle East in Dubai at

Register for No-Dig International in Toronto at

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