North American Oil & Gas Pipelines

JUL-AUG 2018

North American Oil & Gas Pipelines covers the news shaping the business of oil and gas pipeline construction and maintenance in North America, including pipeline installation methods, integrity management innovations and managerial strategies.

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locations in Illinois, and Jasper, Lake La Porte, Newton and Porter counties in Indiana. Pos- sible additional work in Iowa, Ohio, Mississip- pi, Tennessee, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kentucky, Alabama, Texas and Michigan. Headquarters is Morris, Illinois. The superin- tendent is Nate Rickard. Approximate start date: June 13. BigInch Fabricators & Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Energy Transfer for nine anomaly repairs on a 24-in. pipeline in Parke and Putnam counties, Indiana. Head- quarters is Montezuma, Indiana. The super- intendent is Chris Elliott. Approximate start date: June 11. InfraSource Construction LLC was award- ed a contract by Vectren for filter installation in 10 regulator stations around in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. Headquarters is not yet de- termined. The superintendent is Brendon Green. Approximate start date: June 11. Rockford Corp. was awarded a contract by Dominion Transmission for contractor yard preparation in Cumberland County, North Carolina. Headquarters is Fayetteville, North Carolina. The superintendent is Dicky Langs- ton. Approximate start date: June 11. Snelson Cos. Inc. was awarded a contract by Pacific Gas & Electric for pigging ap- proximately 1,500 ft of 6-in. pipeline in Fresno County, California. Headquarters is not yet determined. The superintendent is Chris Sul- livan. Approximate start date: June 11. Snelson Cos. Inc. was awarded a contract by Pacific Gas & Electric to replace approxi- mately 3.5 miles of 24-in. pipeline in San Joa- quin County, California. Headquarters is not yet determined. The superintendent is Lou McMullen. Approximate start date: July 9. United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by BP Pipelines for the Xylene purging of three sites of 8- and 10-in. pipelines in Vander- burgh County, Indiana, McLean and Christian counties in Kentucky. Headquarters is Mor- ris, Illinois. The superintendent is Jim Bailer. Approximate start date: June 9. InterCon Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Enbridge Energy for pipeline integrity digs within McHenry, Kane, Cook, DuPage and Will counties, Illinois. Headquar- ters is not yet determined. The superintendent is Lloyd Pedersen. Approximate start date: June 8. Atlas Trenchless LLC was awarded a con- tract by Two Guns Consulting & Construc- tion LLC to install approximately 2,400 ft of 20-in. pipeline via horizontal directional drill- ing in Harrison County, Ohio. Headquarters is Rockville, Minnesota. The superintendent is Jim Lagios. Approximate start date: June 7. Phillips and Jordan Inc. was awarded a contract by Rockford Corp. for right-of- way clearing on 5 miles of 20-in. pipeline in Okeechobee and Indian River counties, Flor- ida. Headquarters is Okeechobee, Florida. The superintendent is James "Bucky" Lane. The approximate start date is June 5. Price Gregory International Inc. was awarded a contract by NorthStar Energy Ser- vices Inc. for anomaly digs and cutouts on an 8-in. pipeline in Boone and Kenton counties, Kentucky. Headquarters is unknown. The superintendent is Darryl Ditterline. Approxi- mate start date: to be determined (an- nounced June 4). R.L. Coolsaet Construction Co. was awarded a contract by Consumers Energy for the fabrication and installation of crossover facilities at existing valve sites in Genesee County, Michigan. Headquarters is Clio, Mich- igan. The superintendent is Randy Recker. Approximate start date: June 4. R.L. Coolsaet Construction Co. was awarded a contract by Consumers Energy for the fabrication and installation of crossover facilities at existing valve sites in Genesee County, Michigan. Headquarters is Mount Morris, Michigan. The superintendent is not yet determined. Approximate start date: June 4. R.L. Coolsaet Construction Co. was awarded a contract by DTE Energy for the fab- rication and installation of one 16-in. launcher and related piping in Muskegon County, Mich- igan. Headquarters is Muskegon County, Michigan. The superintendent is Kevin Scully. Approximate start date: June 4. United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by Enbridge for punch list work on the Nush- ka Lake Project in Cass County, Minnesota. Headquarters is Duluth, Minnesota. The su- perintendent is Cory Halberg. Approximate start date: June 4. Gabe's Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by DTE Midstream Appalachia LLC for multiple 12-in. pipeline horizontal direction- al drill crossings of 890 ft, 1,053 ft, 960 ft and 1,500 ft in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Head- quarters is the jobsite. The superintendent is Steve Huibregtse. Approximate start date: June 1. MAXX HDD LLC was awarded a contract by Associated Pipe Line Contractors for two 12-in. horizontal directional drills in Montgom- ery County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is James Bond. Approximate start date: May 30. Associated Pipe Line Contractors Inc. was awarded a contract by Texas Eastern Transmission Ltd to install 0.8 mile of 12-in. pipeline in Montgomery County, Pennsylva- nia. Headquarters is Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is James Silva. Approxi- mate start date: May 29. U.S. Pipeline Inc. was awarded a contract by Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC to install ap- proximately 17.8 miles of 42-in. pipeline in Pocahontas County, West Virginia and High- land County, Virginia. Headquarters is Frost, West Virginia. The superintendent is Jason West. Approximate start date: May 29. Price Gregory International Inc. was awarded a contract by Atlantic Coast Pipe- line LLC to install approximately 6,000 ft of 42-in. pipeline in Lewis County, West Virginia, and to install approximately 84,671 ft of 42- in. pipeline in Harrison County, West Virginia. Headquarters is Jane Lew, West Virginia. The superintendent is Russell York. Approxi- mate start date: not yet determined (an- nounced May 28). Pe Ben USA Inc. was awarded a contract by Berg Pipe – ETC Wekiva Parkway Project for the offloading and racking of 3.5 miles of 26-in. pipe in Seminole County, Florida. Head- quarters is Sanford, Florida. The superinten- dent is not yet determined. Approximate start date: May 23. Brandenburg Drainage Inc. was awarded a contract by Minnesota Limited LLC for drain tile repair and right-of-way clearing and punch list work on 133 miles of 12-in. pipeline in Ashland, Carroll, Harrison, Huron, Seneca, Stark, Tuscarawas and Wayne counties, Ohio. Headquarters is not yet determined. The su- perintendent is Steve Brandenburg. Approxi- mate start date: May 21. 14 North American Oil & Gas Pipelines | JULY/AUGUST 2 018 napipelines.com WANT TO SEE YOUR PROJECT HERE? Submit projects to managing editor Brad Kramer at bkramer@benjaminmedia.com with the subject heading "Project Roundup." With contributions from the Pipe Line Contractors Association

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