Jensen Precast Awaits ISN Safety Certification - Southern California Edison

Jensen Precast Fontana Branch Qualifies for ISNetWorld Safety Certification with Southern California Edison

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Jensen Precast’s Fontana Branch recently celebrated the notable achievement of qualifying for an ISNetWorld safety certification with Southern California Edison. What is the ISNetWorld Safety Certification with Southern California Edison? ISNetWorld (ISN) is a global leader in contractor and supplier management, supporting more than 500 clients, including Johnson & Johnson and Baker Hughes, to create and maintain safe working environments. In 2016 ISN added Southern California Edison (SCE) to its roster and in January 2017 began serving as the company’s primary safety information management system. Contractors and subcontractors that perform Safety Tier 1 work with SCE must go through a …

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First 16-Foot Manholes Cast For California Customers

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The new year is already looking large for Jensen Precast. Customers in Southern and Northern California are installing the first ever 16-foot concrete manholes cast at our Lockeford Branch. To the north in Mountain View, Google’s Bay View project took delivery in January of the first two 16-foot diameter precast structures, outfitted as 14,600 gpm (32-cfs) capacity packaged pump station built by Jensen Water Resources Pump Stations. To the south in Long Beach, City of Signal Hill’s Los Cerritos Channel Sub-Basin Stormwater Capture project will also install two 16-footers, which will deploy a dual Jensen Deflective Separator pretreatment system built by Jensen Water Resources Stormwater …

At 50, 11-Plant Jensen Precast Exemplifies Major Independent Label

Jodi Beuder Blog

Published: Thursday, 15 February 2018 Written by Concrete News One of the largest family owned operators in underground products for commercial building and local, state or federal agency infrastructure work marked five decades in business on February 14. “We started as a one man operation and now employ more than 800 workers throughout Arizona, California, Hawaii, and Nevada,” says Jensen Precast Founder and CEO Donald Jensen. “As we celebrate our milestone 50th anniversary, my personal thanks to every employee, customer, and vendor who help make Jensen Precast a thriving success.” The producer engineers and fabricates highly durable products or structures …

Jensen Precast Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Jodi Beuder Blog

Precast Concrete Leader Engineers Solutions for Communities, Businesses, and Government Agencies SPARKS, Nev. (PRWEB) February 15, 2018 — Jensen Precast, one of the largest family owned precast concrete companies in the United States, celebrates 50 years in business on February 14, 2018. Founded by Donald Jensen in Reno, Nevada, the manufacturer provides communities, businesses, and government agencies with industry leading products and services for underground infrastructure needs. “We started as a one man operation and now employ more than 800 workers throughout Arizona, California, Hawaii, and Nevada. As we celebrate our milestone 50th anniversary, my personal thanks to every employee, customer, and vendor …

Designing Pump Stations to be Wipes Ready (WEF eShowcase)

Brent Petring Blog, Jensen Water Resource Blog, Pump Stations

Our division manager recently had the opportunity to present an eShowcase webcast for the Water Environment Federation (WEF). The discussion focused on the effect that nondispersible wipes have on submersible sewage pump stations and what steps designers can take to overcome these challenges. The specific challenges that wipes present for pump stations include: Effects on submersible pumps (ragging, shaft deflection) Effects on level detection (electrical shorts, float failure) Collection of debris & Fats/Oils/Grease (FOG) layer Each challenge has its own unique solution, or combination of solutions. By understanding the challenges that each unique pump station application presents and pairing the appropriate solution, designers can …