Direct Pipe

Sweeny Midstream Spread D

Sweeny Midstream Spread D

Scope

Michels used the Direct Pipe methodology to complete two installations on a natural gas pipeline project. The first alignment stretched 1,089 feet under two rail lines, reaching a maximum depth of 40 feet. The second alignment spanned 1,020 feet under a busy highway, reaching a maximum depth of 35 feet. Both projects were completed from surface launches in crowded utility corridors.

  • Michels used Direct Pipe methodology to complete two installations on a pipeline project in Texas.

Projects

Michels completed the 790 foot installation of a 42-inch steel pipeline for the Mariner East II project utilizing the Direct Pipe method.

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Aughwick Creek Direct Pipe

Pennsylvania

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Aughwick Creek Direct Pipe

Michels Direct Pipe contractors employed Direct Pipe to install approximately 860 feet of 48-inch steel pipeline underneath the North Pottstown Pike/Highway 100.

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North Pottstown Pike Direct Pipe

Pennsylvania

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North Pottstown Pike Direct Pipe

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Calumet River Direct Pipe

Illinois

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Calumet River Direct Pipe

Michels used the Direct Pipe methodology to install a 48-inch gas pipeline under the Rio Grande and the border between the United States and Mexico.

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Rio Grande border crossing

Texas

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Rio Grande border crossing

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