November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11

TechNotes

What Does A Field Right-Of-Way Agent Actually Do?

The advantages of utilizing a qualified and knowledgeable field right-of-way agent on pipeline integrity projects can sometimes be overlooked. A right-of-way agent with a firm foundation in pipeline integrity can be a valuable asset to inspectors and constructions crews whose jobs too often expand into dealing with issues that otherwise should be handled by a right-of-way agent. The problem in many cases is a right-of-way agent is not used at all, or an agent not familiar with integrity projects has simply made a few phone calls and left the scene. With a close working relationship with company right-of-way departments, inspectors, integrity engineers, and construction crews, an

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