Taking Ground Water Out of Its Place
WHEN YOU GOOGLE “DEWATERING,” some of the first results yielded are the Wikipedia page for the term, followed by the website for Griffin Dewatering Corp. While that pretty much sums up the company’s place in the industry, Griffin didn’t just rise to the top of the dewatering business overnight.
Griffin has been building a resume in the industry for nearly 80 years. Dewatering essentially refers to the process, or different processes, of groundwater removal. While this type of work is generally done near a coast where water tables are higher, dewatering is a system that is often needed on large jobs with deep excavations or jobs where a certain amount of water removal is necessary to complete the work, regardless of the location.