2022 In Photos: Installers at Work

2022 In Photos: Installers at Work

Orlando Godinez, owner of Godinez Septics Inc., works with technician Alex Aguilar-Murillo and lead technician John Ibarra as Pedro Godinez operates a backhoe during an installation job in Austin, Texas.

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

Here’s a gallery of bonus photos featuring some of the companies that have been profiled this year.

Matt Dow, owner of Dow Excavating in Hollis, Maine, delivers drainfield pipe to a residential property. 

James Stiksma, owner of Canadian Septic Inc., and operations manager Arien Brouwer guide a tank into place during the installation of a residential septic system in Pemberton, British Columbia. 

Olivia Ohm pieces together pipe during the installation of a drainfield. Her father, Chris Ohm, owns Ohm Excavating in Audubon, Minnesota. Olivia currently leads an installation crew. She plans to earn more certifications and continue learning the business. “My plan is to own it, once my dad gets to the point where he doesn’t want to do this much work anymore.”

Installer Levi Karcher of Cyclone Septics uses a laser transit level to make sure the septic tank is properly placed on a residential job site in Enid, Oklahoma.

South Texas Aerobics owner Al Bob (foreground) and Eric Bob install 240 feet of pipe for a convenience store installation. 

Earl Baxter of Rotti & Son Septic & Excavation works to connect a pipe in a septic tank at a worksite in Templeton, Massachusetts.

Kevin Johnson, vice president of manufacturing, works with an Orenco Biotube filtered pump vault at AQWA Inc. located in Wilson, North Carolina.

Isaiah Gall of ARM Services establishes a permanent and temporary elevation benchmark for an installation job with an 18v DeWalt laser.

County Line Septic technicians Josh Gondek, left, and Paul Meikle assemble a TUF-TITE distribution box for an onsite system in Vernon, Connecticut. 

Harold Kilgore, owner of On-site Wastewater Consultants, and technician David Thompson use a template for drilling holes in 4-inch Schedule 40 PVC pipe.

Jesse Brown, (in red) owner of B.C. Septic Pro, discusses elevation with Kyle Super of H&H Developments at a residential job site in Sechelt, British Columbia.


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