Taming the Black Wolf

  • April 1, 2012
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Rembco plugs a leaky mine For a mine owner, groundwater is a constant concern – even after the mine is closed. That was the case for the owners of Black Wolf coal mine near Bluefield, West Virginia. As their federal lease neared its end, groundwater seepage from ...

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The Sinkhole that Swallowed a Forklift

  • March 1, 2011
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How Rembco filled a void and saved a department store The anchor store for Bessemer, Alabama’s newest shopping center was already under roof. As construction continued, the reach forklift operator stopped for a quick break. When he returned, a crowd was gathered around his forklift ...

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Rembco Provides Facelift on National Park Landmark

  • October 1, 2010
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Nobody knows for sure how long Indian Head Rock has overlooked the area that is now Little River Road in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park—perhaps millions of years. There was a growing fear, however, that the famous geological feature might end up as a pile of rubble on ...

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Drilling and Grouting Capabilities In, Over and At Water’s Edge

  • January 1, 2009
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Rembco’s specialized equipment is capable of operating from barges (in the water), from suspended platforms (over the water), and with the extended reach of an excavator mounted drill (at the water’s edge). In addition, Rembco has the capacity to work with restricted headroom, limited footprint, ...

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