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One day when I was walking around my college campus, I saw a group of people with these yellow tripods. At first I thought they might be photographers, but they sure looked like strange ones! I went up and asked them what they were doing, and it turns out they were a group of students from a construction class who were surveying the land for a project. I was fascinated. I was able to sign up for the class the next semester, and while it didn't stick or change my professional trajectory, it did create a new hobby for me! Ever since then, I've been interested in construction, from surveying to management to the actual building. I figured running a blog about it would give me a nice excuse to keep up my interests!

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4 Things A Sewer Camera Can Do

If you are having your sewer inspected, your inspector may use a sewer camera. A sewer camera is a special video camera head that is directly attached to a flexible cable. The flexible cable is sent through your vent stacks or cleanout line and is used to get an idea of what is happening with your sewer pipes. A sewer inspection camera can be helpful in a variety of different ways.