The newly formed Water and Mineral Services (WMS) Group develops and delivers water resources, mineral exploration and drilling solutions, as well as trenchless pipe rehabilitation services. Through the combined strength of the WMS brands: Layne, IDS, Granite Inliner, Liner Products and LiquiForce, there are over 2,300 employees throughout over 50 offices in North and South America.
Layne provides responsible infrastructure solutions for natural resources in water and minerals, while offering innovative, sustainable products and services with an enduring commitment to safety, operational excellence, and client satisfaction. In June 2018, Layne became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Granite Construction, Inc.
Granite Inliner is one of the nation’s largest cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) and trenchless pipe provider, and offers sustainable pipeline rehabilitation services to both public and private sectors. Granite Inliner installs safe, cost-effective, and long-term solutions for aging water, wastewater and sewer infrastructure needs. In June 2018, they became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Granite Construction, Inc.
International Directional Services (IDS) brings over 50 years of industry experience for global exploration and directional drilling programs. IDS offers in-house technical staff and a fleet of surveying and directional drilling equipment necessary to meet nearly any drilling design challenge imaginable. In June 2018, IDS became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Granite Construction, Inc.
Supplying more than 40 million feet of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liner since 1999, Liner Products has a strong legacy of being a trusted source and top supplier of high performance pipe lining tubes and material throughout North America. In June 2018, Liner Products became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Granite Construction, Inc.
LiquiForce is a leader in no-dig trenchless pipeline rehabilitation services for water and wastewater pipeline systems, and have offices in both Canada and the United States. Services include complete pipeline system inspection, assessment, rehabilitation and maintenance. In June 2018, LiquiForce became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Granite Construction, Inc.