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2013 Onsite Wastewater
Training Seminars

Onsite Wastewater Professionals can earn continuing education credits required by the State of Wisconsin in one, fun-filled day at the 2013 Onsite Wastewater Training Seminars sponsored by Wieser Concrete.

Seminars qualify as six (6) credits toward Wisconsin’s continuing education requirement and feature informational sessions, and industry vendor displays showing the latest onsite technologies. Attendees will also have an opportunity to network with industry and regulatory professionals.

Five seminars will be held in March, 2013. The dates and locations are:

  • March 5 – Fond du Lac, WI
  • March 12- Maiden Rock, WI
  • March 14 – Portage, WI
  • March 19 – Shell Lake, WI
  • March 21 – Arbor Vitae, WI

If you would like to receive advance registration information
electronically, please email: amys@wieserconcrete.com visit us on the web at wieserconcrete.com or contact your nearest Wieser office.

As Featured In….

Wieser Concrete is
pleased to have our
precast tanks featured
in the October 2012 edition of the Onsite Installer. The title of the story is “State’s Largest”. This project is a high-pressure dosing system that enables the construction of a changing facility for work workers at a coal mine in Central Illinois.

Wieser Concrete supplied one (1) 5000 Gallon Single -Compartment Septic Tank and one (1) 5000 Gallon Single-Compartment Dose Tank for this project. You can view this story and the entire Onsite Installer online at www.onsiteinstaller.com.

Upcoming Shows

Date Show Location
Nov 27-28, 2012 DBA Annual
Business Conference
Madison, Wisconsin
Nov 27-28, 2012 Midwest Dairy Expo St. Could, Minnesota
Dec 6-8, 2012 Minnesota State Cattlemen’s
Association
Morton, Minnesota

Precision Matters

Quality and precision are usually standard considerations when producing precast for “above-ground” use. Knowing the structure will be in sight for many years and by many people, makes quality and appearance important both for the customer and the producer.

Quality and precision tend not to be an obvious requirement when producing precast that will go “underground” because it is out of sight.

However, precision and quality is always important to Wieser Concrete no matter where the product will be used. This box culvert project is a prime example of the need for precision on underground product.

On this project, Wieser Concrete’s large box culvert sections were placed in the middle of another precaster’s box culvert runs. The 15’ box sections were for drain access so it was imperative to have precisely
produced structures so all joints would match the other precast structures.

Whether your project requires above or below ground precast structures, you can depend on Wieser Concrete to deliver quality precast for the best value.

Call us for the Precast Innovation, Quality and Service your project demands!