Pipeline Construction Contractors

Pipeline construction contractors install and maintain the nationwide network of subsurface pipelines that are an integral part of the American lifestyle. Pipelines are used to transport home heating fuel, gasoline and other types of petroleum-based fuels. They are instrumental in protecting phone lines and cable from environmental elements, as well as providing drinking water and removing waste from sewer systems.

Pipeline construction contractors are responsible for the installation of pipes that oftentimes transfers liquids such as sewer waste and storm water runoff. Pipeline contractors are also involved with the process used to apply coatings to protect pipelines from erosion, along with all facets of installing pipes such as paving, backfilling, and trenching.


Pipelines play a crucial role in daily life. Without the integral network of pipes, people wouldn't have easy access to indoor plumbing and fresh running water. Nor would they be able to obtain gasoline for their automobiles, heat for their homes, or access to telephone or Internet service.

Pipelines are installed around the globe. They help provide resources to tiny villages tucked away in remote areas and to heavily-populated metropolitan cities. Contractors frequently work in harsh conditions such as deserts, mountains, and wetlands.

Installing pipelines is a complex process that involves design engineers and pipeline contractors. Since pipelines are usually installed underground, contractors utilize subsurface utility engineering to determine if existing pipes or utilities exist.

Pipeline system types may be classified into several construction categories that include: public works, industrial, commercial, institutional, and residential. Each construction category calls for having work performed by experienced pipeline contractors.

While some contractors are experienced in all categories, some only perform work in one or two fields. Some pipeline companies specialize in marine pipeline construction, while others are experienced with pipeline rehabilitation that involves upgrading or replacing existing pipes.

Pipeline construction is further divided into two categories of dry utility or wet utility. Dry utility pipeline companies are involved with projects related to communications, electrical, and natural gas.

Natural gas is stored and transported in dry utility pipelines. Electrical and communication systems are safeguarded against environmental elements using pipelines that are installed above or under ground.

Wet utility pipeline construction pertains to projects related to storage and transportation of liquid products, such as water, gasoline, or diesel fuel. Wet utility services also encompass installing aboveground pipeline networks to transport unrefined petroleum products to refineries, as well as installing storm drainage systems and sewer pipeline.

As you can see there are many considerations of hiring of pipeline contractor. In addition to selecting companies that specialize in the field of work required, it's also important to work with reputable contractors that are financially stable and have a good record of construction safety.

Kana Pipeline is regarded as leader in pipeline construction. Our company has provided services for over 25 years. Our experienced team is dedicated to providing the best services to every client.

We welcome opportunities to provide proposals for pipeline projects and invite you to browse our site to learn more about the services we offer. We look forward to becoming your chosen pipeline construction contractor.