Contractor Adds Service to Solidify as a One-Stop-Shop

Adding pipe bursting services early gives Wisconsin contractor a leg up on competition and continues to see growth in the market

Contractor Adds Service to Solidify as a One-Stop-Shop

Scott Lamers Construction technician Rene Cortes uses a HammerHead PB30 to pull a cable that will be used to pull a new water and sewer line into a home. The company added pipe bursting to its service offerings 15 years ago and continues to see it grow. 

Scott Lamers has worked in construction since he left high school in 1986. Fifteen years ago, after two decades in the industry in and around his hometown of Kaukauna, Wisconsin, Lamers looked at the work he was doing and realized he needed to reposition his company if he wanted it...

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