April 2022, Vol. 249, No. 4


INGAA’s New Foundation Chair Brings Much Experience to the Position

P&GJ Staff Report  When it comes to experience in pipeline construction, INGAA Foundation’s new chair, Marty Jorgensen, has it in spades – about 40 years’ worth.   The current president of Barnard Pipeline, Inc., located in Bozeman, Montana, started in the industry as a truck driver/laborer before advancing to operator, welder, foreman and superintendent.  Jorgensen worked his way up through all phases of oil and gas pipeline work, which included construction of pipelines from 2 to 42 inches in diameter and water lines up to 120 inches.   Needless to say, Jorgensen’s vast knowledge of building difficult construction projects in extreme condit

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