June 2023 Vol. 78 No. 6

Rehab Technology

Rehab News


Regional Manager Changes at Avanti 

Keith Sisson, a member of the Avanti Sales and Support Team since 2015, most recently as West/South Central regional manager, now manages the Northeast Region. This includes the following states: CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, and the District of Columbia. 

Replacing him as West/South Central Regional Manager is Billy Jalomo, who has been part of Avanti’s logistics and procurement team since 2016. In his new role, he serves a region spanning from California (and Alaska) to Louisiana. 

“We are thrilled to bring Billy on board as West/South Central Regional Manager. He’s played an integral part of our logistics and procurement team for several years and will be a great asset to our customers in his territory. His transition into the role is going great!” 

“Our team continues to grow and adapt while supporting our customers and helping them achieve their goals,” said Britt Babcock, P.E., president of Avanti. 

Avanti International is a leading producer of injection grouts for municipal, industrial, and geotechnical applications used worldwide to stop water leaks, stabilize soil and rock, and control groundwater permanently. Since its 1978 founding, Avanti has continued to research, develop, and perfect new injection grouting solutions for the industries we serve. 


Avanti, (800) 877-2570, avantigrout.com 

Aegion Acquires Trenchless Water Rehabilitation Provider Infraspec Services 

Aegion Corp., an infrastructure maintenance, rehabilitation and technology-enabled water solutions provider, has acquired Infraspec Services Inc. 

Growing rapidly since it was founded in 2009, Infraspec Services is one of the leading trenchless rehabilitation water providers in Quebec, Canada. The company self-performs cured-in-place pipe rehabilitation (CIPP), sewer cleaning and inspection, and grouting, as well as lead pipeline replacement services, serving industries, businesses, cities and municipalities, as well as construction contractors across eastern Canada. 

Its work ranges from simple inspection of a 100-millimeter-diameter private connection to large-scale and complex projects, carried out as general contractor, such as for the rehabilitation of pipes up to 1800 millimeters in diameter. 

Infraspec employees, including President Éric Bellemare, and facilities will remain in place in Quebec and for the near term will operate under its current name. 

Since 1971, St. Louis, Mo. based Aegion has combined innovative technologies with market-leading expertise as the industry leader in rehabilitation solutions for wastewater, stormwater, and potable water pipelines. 


Aegion Corporation, (800) 325-1159, aegion.com

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