March 2014, Vol. 241 No. 3

Features

Midwestern Contractors Case Study On Suspended Pipelines

Integrity projects are complicated enough when they involve locating anomalies along a buried pipeline that will then need to be excavated, evaluated and repaired. That factor increases significantly when the pipeline involved is connected to a heavily traveled motor bridge over a busy commercial river, adjacent to an active railroad spur in a large metropolis like Chicago – in the dead of winter. A large liquid pipeline operator needed to replace corroded hangers that were supporting its pipeline on the bridge so the company turned to Midwestern Contractors and an Orbital Engineering for a solution. The liquids pipeline is suspended over the Grand Calumet River on the 13

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