Minimizing Construction Disruptions

Highly-skilled crews and inspectors work closely with local communities and landowners throughout the construction process to promote safety, quality and minimal disruption to the community.

Larger projects are typically broken into manageable lengths called “spreads” and each uses highly-specialized and qualified construction teams. Construction work space used to build the pipeline averages from 25 to 125 feet depending on factors such as slope, soil and regulatory requirements. Land disturbed during the construction phase is properly restored to at least the same condition using techniques approved by landowners and regulatory bodies.