Originally Posted by bcg
Hall must've been huge, I run across their stuff in Houston from time to time. The only 80's era install I ever saw that had a drafted design was installed by Hall and it really wasn't bad, even by today's standards. They used impacts but they were not spraying over hard surfaces and had things hydro-zoned pretty well. Customer said they paid around $6,000 for the install, wish I could get that today...
George Hall dominated Dallas irrigation I'm guessing for 30-40 years. Get into Preston hollow and along mockingbird and hall systems are every where. I enjoyed working on them. They had a consistency about them. Jumbo concrete dcva boxes. Hall valves which were renamed Moody's. Brass heads properly spaced. Hall-a-matic controller.