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North American Pipeline Project Roundup: May/June 2021

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Henkels & McCoy Inc. was awarded a contract by Enbridge for the replacement of approximately 490 ft of 42- and 26-in. pipeline in Putnam County, New York. Headquarters is Brewster, New York. The superintendent is Bryant “Tubby” Long. Approximate start date: April 26.

Q&D Construction LLC was awarded a contract by Prospector Pipeline Co. to install approximately 22,000 ft of 4-in. pipeline in Merced County, California. Headquarters is Merced California. The superintendent is Tim Oney. Approximate start date: April 26.

Snelson Cos. Inc. was awarded a contract by Consumers Energy for the replacement of 7 ft of 4-in. pipeline and 7 ft of 2-in. pipeline in Allegan County, Michigan. Headquarters is Hamilton, Michigan. The superintendent is Jeff Sanderson. Approximate start date: April 26.

Beeghly Tree LLC was awarded a contract by Price Gregory International Inc. to install silt fencing on a 12-in. pipeline right-of-way in Allegany County, Maryland. Headquarters is McCoole, Maryland. The superintendent is Ryan Beeghly. Approximate start date: April 19.

Brandenburg Drainage Inc. was awarded a contract by Alliance Pipeline for coupon installation on multiple dig sites in Will County, Illinois. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Steve Brandenburg. Approximate start date: April 19.

Supreme Industries was awarded a contract by Price Gregory International Inc. for clearing, grubbing and matting of approximately 4.7 miles of 12-in. pipeline right-of-way in Allegany County, Maryland. Headquarters is Westernport, Maryland. The superintendent is Matthew Opel. Approximate start date: April 19.

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Ellingson Trenchless LLC was awarded a contract by InfraSource Construction LLC to install approximately 2,500 ft of 16- and 8-in. pipeline via horizontal directional drilling in Whitney and Allen Counties, Indiana. Headquarters is Churubusco, Indiana. The superintendent is Derek Vogel. Approximate start date: April 14.

U.S. Pipeline Inc. was awarded a contract by Williams – Transcontinental Gas Pipeline for anomaly investigations in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is on the jobsite. The superintendent is Glenn Barwicki. Approximate start date: April 14.

InfraSource Construction LLC was awarded a contract by Washington Gas & Electric to install approximately 16,900 ft of 20-in. pipeline in Clarke County, Virginia. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Chad Colley. Approximate start date: April 12.

U.S. Pipeline Inc. was awarded a contract by Williams – Transcontinental Gas Pipeline for anomaly investigations in Staten Island, New York. Headquarters is Staten Island, New York. The superintendent is Glenn Barwicki. Approximate start date: April 13.

United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by Duke Energy to install approximately 2 miles of 12-in. pipeline including five road crossings, utility crossings, and metering stations in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Headquarters is Charlotte, North Carolina. The superintendent is Andy Hostetter. Approximate start date: April 12.

United Piping Inc. has been a contract by TC Energy for station upgrades consisting of 2- to 36-in. piping in Kootenai County, Idaho. Headquarters is Athol, Idaho. The superintendent is Mark Thompson.
Approximate start date: April 12.

United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by Kinder Morgan for approximately 23 anomaly digs and accompanying barrel and pipe work on 12- to 42-in. pipelines in Henry, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, DuPage, Kankakee, Mclean, Cook, and Will counties, Illinois, and Louisa County, Iowa. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Tim Darif. Approximate start date: April 8.

Minnesota Limited LLC was awarded a contract by TC Energy to install 2-in. through 8-in. station piping in Coos County, New Hampshire. Headquarters is Colebrook, New Hampshire. The superintendent is Paul Lee. Approximate start date: April 7.

Foltz Welding Ltd. (d/b/a Continental Pipeline) was awarded a contract by Southern Star for the reconfiguration of and installation of 30- to 2-in. station piping in Anderson County, Kansas. Headquarters is Welda, Kansas. The superintendent is George McKinley. Approximate start date: April 5.

Foltz Welding Ltd. (d/b/a Continental Pipeline) was awarded a contract by Southern Star for station piping reconfiguration with three new regulatory settings, one new filter skid and associated 30- to 2-in. station piping in Franklin County, Kansas. Headquarters is Ottawa, Kansas. The superintendent is Mike Jeffords. Approximate start date: April 5.

Henkels & McCoy Inc. was awarded a project by TC Energy for atmospheric corrosion remediation at four locations in Itasca and Carlton Counties, Minnesota. Headquarters are on the jobsites. The superintendent is Mike Phinney. Approximate start date: April 5.

InfraSource Construction LLC was awarded a contract by Washington Gas & Electric to install approximately 2,000 ft of 6-in. pipeline in Loudoun County, Virginia. Headquarters is Leesburg, Virginia. The superintendent is Chad Colley. Approximate start date: April 5.

InterCon Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by J.F. Kiely/South Jersey Gas to install approximately 3,100 ft of 12-in. pipeline via horizontal directional drill in Atlantic County, New Jersey. Headquarters is Brigantine Bridge and Absecon Channel, New Jersey. The superintendent is John Jones. Approximate start date: April 5.

InterCon Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Oneok for the replacement of approximately 1.650 ft of 30-in. pipeline in Simpson County, Kentucky. Headquarters is Franklin, Kentucky. The superintendent is Carl Bubolz. Approximate start date: April 5.

Northern Clearing Inc. was awarded a contract by Precision Pipeline LLC for clearing on approximately 4.3 miles of 42-in. pipeline in Giles County, Virginia. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Duane Kmieciak. Approximate start date: April 5.

InterCon Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Buckeye Partners Inc. for two anomaly digs and sleeving on a 10-in. pipeline in Lake County, Indiana. Headquarters is East Chicago, Indiana. The superintendent is Carl Bubolz. Approximate start date: April 1.

Pe Ben USA Inc. was awarded a contract by Precision Pipeline LLC for the loading, hauling and stringing of approximately 17 miles of 42-in. pipe in Raleigh County, West Virginia and Giles County, Virginia. Headquarters are Pembroke, Virginia and Beckley, West Virginia. The superintendent is Adam Minigh. Approximate start date: April 1.

Apex Pipeline Services Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for the replacement of approximately 1,400 ft of 36-in. pipeline in Carter County, Kentucky; the replacement of approximately 1,200 ft of 36-in. pipeline in Menifee County, Kentucky; and replacement of approximately 900 ft of 30-in. pipeline in Madison County, Kentucky. Headquarters is Grayson, Kentucky. The superintendent is Roman McKown. Approximate start date: March 29.

InfraSource Construction LLC was awarded a contract by Washington Gas & Electric to install approximately 3,000 ft of 16-in. pipeline via open cut and horizontal directional drilling in Arlington County, Virginia. The superintendent is Chad Colley. Approximate start date: Mach 29.

InterCon Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Enbridge for various integrity digs on 12- to 36-in. pipelines in Delaware, Bucks, Philadelphia, Montgomery and Berks Counties, Pennsylvania; and Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendents are Carl Bubolz and Adam Kraus. Approximate start date: March 29.

Northern Clearing Inc. was awarded a contract by Price Gregory International Inc. for the clearing on approximately 18 miles of 10-in. pipeline right-of-way in St. Louis County, Missouri. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Rod Grubisic. Approximate start date: March 29.

Right-of-Way Clearing & Maintenance Inc. was awarded a contract by Michels Corp. for the clearing on approximately 2.5 miles of 24-in. pipeline right-of-way in Boone County, Kentucky. Headquarters is Florence, Kentucky. The superintendent is Mark Nedrow. Approximate start date: March 29.

Ellingson Trenchless LLC was awarded a contract by Western Mountain Construction to install an unknown length of 20-in. pipeline via horizontal directional drilling in Brooke County, West Virginia. Headquarters is the job site. The superintendent is Freddy Padilla. Approximate start date: March 22.

Dun Transportation and Stringing Inc. was awarded a contract by Enterprise Products for the loading and hauling of approximately 30 miles of 16-in. pipeline in Colorado County, Texas, and Eddy County, New Mexico. Headquarters is at the pipe yard. The superintendent is Mike Bruce. Approximate start date: March 16.

Right-of-Way Clearing & Maintenance Inc. was awarded a contract by Hanging H Cos. LLC for clearing on approximately 8.71 miles of 36-in. pipeline right-of-way in Clinton County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is Renovo, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is Orvil Davis. Approximate start date: to be determined (announced March 16).

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