What real users say

Pivoted Turnbuckle Manhole Riser

“So far, we have received no complaints and have not had a riser fail.”

George Behmanesh, P.E.
Assistant Director of Transpotation and Public Works
Fort Worth, Texas

Catch Basin / Inlet Riser

“We’ve been installing at least a hundred annually for at least 15 years, and I’ve never seen one fail, not even from rust.”

Chuck Perrin, President
Perrin Asphalt Company
Akron, Ohio

Pivoted Turnbuckle Manhole Riser

“They do not fail; we’ll never stop using them!”

Ernie Nelson
Transportation Operations Chief
Tampa, Florida 

Safety Ramps

“They’re so much cleaner and easier to use, with some ‘green gains’ as well. If I had my preference, we’d spec them for everything.”

Josh Knolls
Resident Engineer
Illinois Department of Transportation

Pivoted Turnbuckle Manhole Riser

“Once I talked to the men using them, and understood the difference the turnbuckle makes, I realized that this was the right solution for us.”

Jonathon Sprague, P.E.
Director of Operations
St. Louis Sewer District

Pivoted Turnbuckle Manhole Riser

“I don’t believe there’s a better product for the cost. If they’re adjusted properly and set tight, they’re going to ride just perfect.”

Andrew Maioho
Superior Asphalt
Grand Rapids, Michigan

Catch Basin / Inlet Riser

“We’ve had no issues. Everything delivered was of good workmanship, and has held up very well.”

Chester L. Symosh, III
Project Manager, Crisdel Group
South Plainfield, New Jersey

Manhole Safety Ramps

“I gave them to our crews, and they worked well right away—they’re the correct slope and meet NCDOT requirements, and they could hardly be easier to have on site and apply.”

Bailey Watkins
Fred Smith Co.
Raleigh, North Carolina

Pivoted Turnbuckle Manhole Riser

“Our crews like them, and I think they’re safer. Just twist one turnbuckle and you’re done.”

J.T. Hutchinson
Utilities System Crew Chief
Loudoun County, Virginia

Pivoted Turnbuckle Manhole Riser

“They’re simple to install, cost-effective, and the height adjustments work really well for us. It’s very unusual to lose one to a snowplow. This style of riser really is a cold weather solution!”

Lee Anderson
Public Works Supervisor
Fargo, North Dakota

Catch Basin / Inlet Riser

“We use a two-man crew, plus two flaggers, and the whole process — removing the grate, cleaning the rim, and setting the riser — takes about 15 minutes. On some projects we’ve set up to 40 per day.”

Andy Lawrence
J.C. Lee, Project Manager
Petrolia, Pennsylvania

Manhole Safety Ramps

“Everybody fell in love with them, including the City of Chicago. We use them all over the city.”

Jim Dillon
General Superintendent
Bigane Paving
Chicago, Illinois