2019 In Photos: Installers in the Field

2019 In Photos: Installers in the Field

Billy Olmstead from Olmstead Contracting steadies the chute as concrete is delivered to form the divider wall in the pump/equalization chamber.

Every month we capture the work that installers do across the country in the Profile and System Profile stories. Great photos accompany these stories about septic businesses and the installation jobs they do all year, but our photographers provide us with more than we could ever show you in the pages of just one issue.

So here we put together a gallery of images that didn’t make the magazine. Enjoy another look back at the installers we featured in 2019.

Earl Ridgley of Beagle Hill Services helps guide a 1,500-gallon, single-compartment, low-profile polyethylene Norwesco dose tank as Bill Arnold sets it into position. 

Michael Rush of KESS Environmental Services on a job site in the Montgomery, Alabama, area.

Schmitz Excavating technicians and a truck driver set one of the three Wieser Concrete tanks used in the wastewater system for YMCA Camp Manitou in Monticello, Minnesota.

Willie Brown, co-owner of Black Mountain Excavating, installs a septic system in Star Valley, Arizona.

Foreman Zak Long of American Septic Service checks that the 4,000-gallon septic tank is set level. The bypass system is forward of the tank.

Shaun Williams, driver for Raymond Harrison Septic Services, pumps out a septic tank on a job site in Chestertown, Maryland.

Stuart Meade of Meade Septic Design sets up a fiberglass Crain SVR Series leveling rod in tenths with a Topcon LS-50L rod eye sensor on top.

Clint Watrich, Dirtwerx chief operating officer, tests pressure distribution in a sand mound, time-dosed system during installation.

Tysen Wood, A Advanced Septic Services technician and superintendent, watches a tank as it is lowered into place at a house beside the Puget Sound. The concrete tank from Evergreen Pre-Cast was wrapped in plastic to prevent any possibility of leaks. 

Ryan Wallace, Aeration Septic Inc. technician, services a residential tank in Canal Fulton, Ohio.

Kevin Castleberry, Whitten Precast Concrete Products CEO, finishes lowering a 16,000-pound concrete septic tank into place. Joe Glover, MEINCO Wastewater Services lead installer, checks the installation and is assisted by Shannon Carter,pipe fitter, at a house in West Little Rock, Arkansas.

Marut and Sons Excavating employees Bob Adams (left) and Bobby Derezic work on construction of a sand mound that is part of the two-year Parkside Elementary School project in Painesville, Ohio.

Joe Celuch of Beagle Hill Services set the Singulair Green Bio-Kinetic aerobic treatment unit (Norweco) in place with a John Deere 50G compact excavator at Warrior Village, a Save A Warrior retreat in Heath, Ohio.

Joe Glover, lead installer for MEINCO Wastewater Services, covers a trench with a John Deere 60G at a house northwest of Little Rock, Arkansas.


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