Construction company Allen Construction Company, which built the Trans-Ohio Pipeline, is announcing a new concept for all-terrain construction.
The company says it has developed a design for all terrain vehicles, including trucks and buses.
It is designed to allow the company to produce a vehicle that can operate in all kinds of terrain.
The truck concept is designed for use on gravel, hard dirt, open terrain, and other low- and medium-grade soil conditions.
The trailer concept is intended to accommodate heavy equipment, including excavators, bulldozers, and heavy haulers.
The design uses modular construction techniques and uses existing materials and materials technologies.
It also includes a large-scale vehicle and is designed with a vehicle bed that can be mounted on a tractor or truck.
Allen Construction, which is based in Cincinnati, is part of the Allen Construction Group.
The companies announcement comes in the wake of a spate of pipeline accidents.
A construction company in North Dakota was shut down after a worker fell from a crane onto a road.
Another, in Missouri, reported a leak after it began moving a concrete foundation, which was then destroyed by a blast from a truck.
The Associated Press reported that more than 100 accidents involving construction and oil and gas pipelines have occurred in the U.S. in 2017.