Griffin Pump and Equipment will display its full-line of Griffin's hydraulic submersible pumps at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 in Central Hall, booth #40604 and in Silver Lot 3 booth #5168.
Griffin is looking for team player with experience in the pump and/or construction/municipal equipment industry. This person should have excellent communication skills both verbal and written. This individual should have some mechanical aptitude.
When the Dallas Cowboys built their stadium of the future in 2006, Griffin Dewatering Corp. of Houston was called in to keep the below-the-water-table site dry.
Look no further, call Griffin Pump Toll Free Nationwide at 866-770-8100. Griffin offers a choice of Cummins, Deutz, Perkins, Caterpillar, and John Deere engines on it's line of quality American made dewatering pumps.
Griffin Dewatering N.E., Inc a company is currently offering an entry-level position for a person who is interested in a career in construction and engineering, specifically “Construction Dewatering”.
Come see Griffin Pump at ConExpo-Con/Agg (March 4-8, 2014 in Las Vegas), booth number 5168 in Silver Lot 3 and at booth number 40604 in the Central Hall! Griffin is proud to participate in the World's largest construction trade show!
Griffin is pleased to announce its Spanish-language version of its facebook page for more information on groundwater control, construction dewatering solutions and pumps.
Come Visit Griffin For the 2012 Dam Safety 2012 Trade Show at the Colorado Convention Center, September 16-21, 2012 in Denver, CO to discuss groundwater control management on large Dam projects.
This position is for a strong leader with experience in a fabrication / manufacturing environment. The candidate should be able to focus on standard production, but have the flexibility for job-shop projects.
They should have experience reviewing technical documents as well as preparing submittals and bid documents. Preferred candidates should have a minimum of 2-years technical sales / support experience.
Griffin Dewatering is seeking motivated Civil Engineers, Project Managers and P.E.s in the; NJ, CA, TX, NE, IN, NY, FL, VA, and CT areas.
Griffin Dewatering has launched a Dewatering and Pump channel on YouTube showcasing the lastest in dewatering techinques and dewatering pump news and applications, focusing on "Green" 21st century dewatering solutions.
The Pipe Puller is a safety breakthrough as well as a time saver. The Pipe Puller grabs the inside of the pipe, making the removal of the installed wellpoint a quick, simple, and safe job. A quick upward thrust releases the puller for the next wellpoint.
This pump replaced a 25 year old Griffin Split Case, Booster Pump the City of Glendale, CA purchased from Griffin in the 1980s. The California municipality was seeking the same pump equipped with a modern 21st century engine with cleaner emissions.
All of the dewatering pumps owned and used by Griffin are used and tested everyday in demanding applications, including trash pumps, silent pumps, well point pumps, submersible pumps, non-clog pumps, jet pumps, and stainless-steel dewatering pumps.
12" Non Clogging Griffin Trash Hump heading for work as a flood control pump in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. Each pump is capable of pumping over 8,500 gallons per minute of trash laden effluent.
Handling groundwater is among the most complex of all construction problems. Groundwater at construction excavations can be critical when groundwater halts construction jobs. Your Dewatering questions will be answered at our live webinar on 9/27/2010
18NCRD pumps are designed for sewer bypasses, flood control, or any application requiring high volume and the ability to move trash-laden effluent. Features a large inspection port for easy removal of large debris without removing suction pipe or hose.
As America's sewer infrastructure continues to age, rehabilitation is needed to keep it running. With Griffin's trash handling pumps, contractors can bypass sewage during repairs - keeping the system working for the community that relies on it.
Come Visit Griffin Dewatering at CONEXPO 2011 Construction Trade Show in booth #4221 and booth #520 March 22-26, 2011 in Las Vegas.