TrenchTech held an open house April 30, 2019, at its headquarters in Morrisville, Pa.
PA One Call and Monica Rakoczy, owner of Enter Training Solutions, Lancaster, Pa., as well as TrenchTech personnel, were on site to discuss training on excavation safety and utility location topics, as well as the full line of trenching and shoring solution offered by TrenchTech.
At its facility in Morrisville, TrenchTech has a full-service welding shop to meet the increased needs of contractors looking for specialty shoring applications. These would include high clearance spreaders for both steel and aluminum shields, extra-wide hydraulic shores, manhole bracing and clear span slide rail for large excavations.
An experienced installation department assists contractors in using slide rail, manhole bracing, and build a box projects.
TrenchTech has provided customers in the underground utility industry with quality work based on years of experience and professional resources since 1992. The company has experienced management and sales personnel in each location easily providing shoring rental products in 11 states and offering high quality shoring equipment in all 50 states. The company also has branches in Beltsville, Md.; Chesapeake, Va.; and Washington, Pa.
TrenchTech's Morrisville location provides hands-on demonstration of equipment in the yard, the proper procedures for installing and removing shoring of all kinds, confined space entry and options for fall protection and air monitoring. All classes are conducted in compliance with OSHA standards and result in attendees being issued completion certificates. CEG
Connor Kerrigan (L), sales representative, and Carl Lamb, both of TrenchTech stand aside a hydraulic shoring system.
Dominic Napoli of TrenchTech welds a new C-channel on a slide rail corner post.
Build-a-Box panels are ready for delivery in TrenchTech’s warehouse in Morrisville, Pa.
XLAP lightweight aluminum trench boxes come in various sizes.
Anthony Vecchione, yard manager of TenchTech, transports a slide rail to be hosed off and inspected for potential repairs.
TrenchTech is always prepared to visit job sites to provide service when needed.
Steve Vansant of TrenchTech repairs cracked welds in a slide rail linear post.