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North American Pipeline Project Roundup for January

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Minnesota Ltd. LLC was awarded a contract by Vectren to install 4-, 6- and 8-in. station fabrication in Delaware County, Indiana. Headquarters is Oakville, Indiana. The superintendent is Greg Frazier.
Approximate start date: Dec. 12.

Snelson Cos. Inc. was awarded a contract by Pacific Gas & Electric for the replacement of 12-in. station piping and the removal of an 8-in. meter in Fresno County, California. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Jeff Gregory.
Approximate start date: Dec. 12.

Apex Pipeline Services Inc. was awarded contracts by Columbia Gas for the following: 1) to install approximately 100 ft of 2-in. pipeline in Kanawha County, West Virginia. Headquarters is Elkview, West Virginia. The superintendent is Ransford Vickers; and 2) the installation of miscellaneous fabrication on 4- to 36-in. pipelines in Shenandoah County, Virginia. Headquarters is Edinburg, Virginia. The superintendent is Keith McKown.
Approximate start date: 1) Dec. 5 and 2) Dec. 7.

InterCon Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by J.F. Kiely Construction Inc. to install approximately 1,700 ft of 12-in. pipeline via horizontal directional drilling in Cape May County, New Jersey. Headquarters is on the jobsite. The superintendent is Joe Schmelzer.
Approximate start date: Dec. 7.

Pe Ben USA Inc. was awarded a contract by Price Gregory International Inc. for the hauling of an undetermined length of 36-in. pipe to the right of way in Macon County, Alabama. Headquarters is Shorter, Alabama. The superintendent is Norman Lake.
Approximate start date: Dec. 5.

T.G. Mercer Consulting Services Inc. was awarded a contract by Enterprise for the offloading and racking of approximately 33 miles of 24-in. pipe in Eddy County, New Mexico. Headquarters is on the jobsite. The superintendent is Michael Magee.
Approximate start date: Dec. 1.

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Northern Clearing Inc. was awarded a contract by U.S. Pipeline Inc. for the clearing of approximately 7.6 miles of 30-in. pipeline right of way and approximately 51.3 miles of 24-in. pipeline right of way in Coweta, Carroll, Douglas, Paulding and Barton counties, Georgia. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Dennis Bergman.
Approximate start date: Nov. 21.

Dun Transportation & Stringing Inc. was awarded a contract by Welspun/Plains All American for the offloading and stockpiling of approximately 270 miles of 20-in. pipe in McIntosh County, Oklahoma, and Prairie and Franklin counties, Arkansas. Headquarters is in the pipe yards. The superintendent is Greg Norman.
Approximate start date: Nov. 17.

Snelson Cos. Inc. was awarded a contract by TransCanada for the lowering of approximately 230 ft of 30-in. pipeline in Imperial County, California. Headquarters is Blythe, California. The superintendent is Trevor Thayer. Approximate start date: Nov. 11.

Welded Construction LP was awarded a contract by Consumers Energy for construction of a warehouse yard and pipe yard in Genesee County, Michigan. Headquarters is Thetford Township, Michigan. The superintendent is Jeff Sanderson.
Approximate start date: Nov. 7.

Dun Transportation and Stringing Inc. was awarded a contract by U.S. Pipeline Inc. for the loading, hauling and stringing of approximately 7.78 miles of 30-in. pipeline, approximately 51.32 miles of 24-in. pipeline and approximately 0.33 miles of 12-in. pipeline in Coweta, Carroll, Douglas, Paulding and Bartow counties, Georgia. Headquarters is in the pipe yard. The superintendent is Mike Bruce.
Approximate start date: Nov. 3.

Northern Clearing Inc. was awarded a contract by Price Gregory International Inc. for the clearing of approximately 20 miles of 48- and 42-in. pipeline right of way in Coosa, Tallapoosa, Autauga and Chilton counties, Alabama. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Jim Junker JR.
Approximate start date: Nov. 3.

Profoam LLC was awarded a contract by Welded Construction LP to provide foam breakers on approximately 54.5 miles of 20-in. pipeline in Harrison and Jefferson counties, Ohio; Washington County, Pennsylvania, and Brook County, West Virginia. Headquarters is Smithfield, Ohio. The superintendent is Kevin Smith.
Approximate start date: Nov. 2.

InfraSource LLC was awarded contracts by Ameren Illinois for the following: 1) to install approximately 1,660 ft of 6-in. pipeline in Morgan County, Illinois; and 2) to install approximately 1,300 ft of 6-in. pipeline in Macon County, Illinois. Headquarters for both jobs is Litchfield, Illinois. The superintendent for both jobs is Clark DeGroot.
Approximate start date: 1) Oct. 31 and 2) Nov. 1.

Appalachian Pipeline Contractors LLP was awarded a contract by Kennett/Missouri. City Light Gas & Water to install approximately 6 miles of 6-in. pipeline replacement in Dunklin County, Missouri. Headquarters is White Oak, Missouri. The superintendent is Anthony Campbell.
Approximate start date: Oct. 31.

Hoover Construction Co. was awarded a contract by U.S. Pipeline Inc. for drilling and blasting on 7.6 miles of 30-in. pipeline right of way and 51.3 miles of 24-in. pipeline right of way in Coweta, Carroll, Douglas, Paulding and Barton counties, Georgia. Headquarters is Villa Rica, Georgia. The superintendent is Gus Jones.
Approximate start date: Oct. 31.

Snelson Cos. Inc. was awarded contracts by Pacific Gas & Electric for the following: 1) excavation, removal and replacement of approximately 200 ft of ¾-in. pipe in Yolo County, California. The superintendent is Norm Glenn; and 2) the excavation and shoring of three 12-ft by 15-ft bell holes in Kern County, California. The superintendent is Reiko Moessner. The headquarters for both jobs is to be determined.
Approximate start date: Oct. 31 (for both).
Snelson Cos. Inc. was awarded contracts by Pacific Gas & Electric for the following: 1) the replacement of a 4-in. main line valve in Merced County, California. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Jeff Gregory; 2) for eight 34-in. pipeline anomaly digs in San Benito County, California. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Norm Glenn; and 3) for the hydro-vac excavation of a valve nest and fourteen potholes in San Bernardino County, California, Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Jake Fagan.
Approximate start date: 1) Oct. 20, 2) Oct. 24 and 3) Oct. 31.

Pedero Pipe Support Systems USA was awarded a contract by Price Gregory International Inc. for spray foam breakers and pillows on 50 miles of 36-in. pipeline in Chambers County, Alabama. Headquarters is Cusseta, Alabama. The superintendent is Tommy Hardwick.
Approximate start date: Oct. 29.

Snelson Cos. Inc. was awarded contracts by Pacific Gas & Electric for the following: 1) two camera inspection excavations on a 12-in. pipeline in San Joaquin County, California. The superintendent is Jake Fagan; 2) the re-route of approximately 700 ft of 6-in. pipeline in Merced County, California. The superintendent is Heiko Mossner; and 3) the installation of approximately 40 ft of 6-in. pipeline in Fresno County, California. Headquarters for these three jobs are to be determined. The superintendent is Chris Sullivan.
Approximate start date: 1) Oct. 17 and Oct. 24 for 2) and 3).

Price Gregory International Inc. was awarded a contract by Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Co. LLC to install approximately 4.67 miles of 48-in. pipeline in Chilton and Autauga counties, Alabama, and approximately 15.39 miles of 42-in. pipeline in Tallapoosa and Coosa counties, Alabama. Headquarters is Alexander City, Alabama. The superintendent is Doug Gregory.
Approximate start date: TBD (announced Oct. 24).

Welded Construction LP was awarded a contract by Consumers Energy to install approximately 160 ft of 2-in. casing vent extension in Oakland County, Michigan. Headquarters is Auburn Hills, Michigan. The superintendent is Jeff Sanderson.
Approximate start date: Oct. 19.

Foltz Welding Ltd. (d/b/a Continental Pipeline Services) was awarded a contract by Marathon Pipeline for emergency 12-in. pipeline anomaly digs m Allen County, Ohio. Headquarter is to be determined. The superintendent is Hank Hull.
Approximate start date: Oct. 18.

Right-of-Way Clearing & Maintenance Inc. was awarded a contract by Otis Eastern Service LLC for maintenance work on approximately 28 miles of 36- and 30-in. pipeline right of way in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is New Alexandria, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is James Merenda.
Approximate start date: Oct. 18.

U.S. Pipeline Inc. was awarded a contract by Williams/Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Co. LLC to install approximately 7.78 miles of 30-in. pipeline; approximately 51.32 miles of 24-in. pipeline; approximately 0.33 miles of 12-in. pipeline and a meter station in Coweta, Carroll, Douglas, Paulding and Bartow counties, Georgia. Headquarters is Villa Rica, Georgia. The superintendent is Thad Hutchens.
Approximate start date: Oct. 18.

InfraSource LLC was awarded a contract by Ameren Illinois to install approximately 4,200 ft of 6-in. pipeline in Randolph County, Illinois. Headquarters is Litchfield, Illinois. The superintendent is Clark DeGroot.
Approximate start date: Oct. 17.

InfraSource LLC was awarded a contract by Cascade Natural Gas to install approximately 750 ft of 6” and 4-in. pipeline in Grant County, Washington. Headquarters is Quincy, Washington. The superintendent is Gunner Anderson.
Approximate start date: Oct. 13.

Liberty Advanced Technologies, a subsidiary of Liberty Pipeline Services, was awarded a contract by Kinder Morgan for real-time data collection services on the FullRecon/iNspectForms platform. The project is called the Fairway project, a 1.7 mile, 24-in. crude line in Southeast Houston, Texas. The superintendent is Marty Fussell. Approximate start date: Oct. 10.

BigInch Fabricators and Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Energy Transfer for nine 22-in. pipeline anomaly digs in Parke County, Indiana. Headquarters is Montezuma, Indiana. The superintendent is Jim Shepler. Approximate start date: Oct. 10.

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