Waterworks Pours It On

Posted on March 1, 2013
Tom Rosendahl
Tom Rosendahl, DSG President

Here at DSG, our electrical, plumbing and HVAC/R segments get a lot of attention. Some of our other segments, like communication, utility, automation and metering technology, are more focused on smaller groups of users. That’s especially true for our waterworks team. Storm drains, hydrants, pumps and sewage pipes are easy to take for granted in our day-to-day lives – but that doesn’t make them any less important. In fact, without waterworks infrastructure, modern cities, farms and factories would not be able to operate. Glamorous or not, waterworks is one of the most important segments that DSG serves.

That’s why we recently brought Fargo Water Equipment into the DSG family. We had the chance to add a well-respected company with an innovative, experienced staff, and the choice was clear. I can already see the benefits for our customers, both old and new. Not only are we able to give more attention to customers in states like Minnesota and North Dakota, but we’re able to offer a broader range of products and services to our existing customers, as well.

One of the most unique aspects of the waterworks industry is its scope. There aren’t really any small projects. Instead, jobs are usually massive, labor intensive and time sensitive. DSG has the resources to handle even the largest endeavor, whether you’re a municipality or a rural water system – or anyone else who needs help moving, storing or treating water. When you’ve got a big job to do, it helps to have a partner who’s up to the challenge.

I’m proud of our waterworks team. They may very well be the best group in the Midwest, and I’m not shy about telling the world. I encourage you to find out for yourself. Give us a call and let us show you how we make big projects into big success stories.