The MJ Minor team was hired to connect an oil separator at a local car lot for an addition.
Getting the area ready for concrete after completing the forced sewer main project. Whether it is sewer and water, a septic tank install, repair or new installs, we will do our best to return the area back to the way it was when we first showed up on site!
Another photo of forced sewer main project at an undisclosed plant. MJ Minor dug a 200′ trench done with a vac truck. Half the trench wasn’t accessible for the truck so we used flex hose to reach 60’ from the truck to hydro the connection point.
After finding out the forced sewer main failed, we determined it would be best to shorten the run and access to jet the line to avoid future problems. MJ Minor hydro excavated a new line. In this photo is team member Tony Verdan connecting new line into old and capping old line. We also used […]
It goes without saying that doing any job correctly and efficiently the first time is the right thing to do – and we work hard to do that! But when we are talking about jobs that can impact the environment, the work becomes even more important. On this job, we installed an oil separator at […]
In this photo, MJ Minor team member Tony Verdan is exposing the existing sewer line. Our work included connecting the oil separator and sewer to the main line.
On this job, we performed an exploratory hydro dig to chase an unknown storm drain. We were able to hydro a small hole and cut an access hole to camera and locate the line. We minimized damage to the facility’s landscaping by using our vac truck.
A local apartment complex had settling issues in the parking lot. MJ Minor diagnosed and dug the area up to find a broken storm drain. We fixed the storm drain, camera and jetted to make sure there were no other issues then installed a new manhole. Finally, we poured the parking lot back and left […]
We are so proud to be the featured cover story in the April 2022 issue of Dig Different magazine! Dig Different is a nationwide magazine serving contractors involved in alternative excavation that goes beyond the traditional buckets and blades. The April edition focuses on MJ Minor’s history, state-of-the-art equipment, numerous areas of industry expertise, featured […]
Vacuum trucks aren’t only useful for things like potholing underground utilities or cleaning sewers. Recently, they were a valuable part of a rescue operation in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Darrell Benish got trapped inside a large grain bin containing corn. “I was trying to push the auger in with my foot and it slipped,” Benish told local […]