ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION-FOCUSED MIDSTREAM SOLUTIONS
Beginning with our work on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline in the 1970s, Kiewit has been delivering successful midstream projects for over 50 years. As an integrated EPC contractor with a dedicated team of midstream experts, we bring a complete solution to our clients’ projects from concept through completion. Kiewit delivers custom designs that balance capacity, functionality and operability into an overall cost-effective solution that meets the aggressive schedules required by our customers.
ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS
From conceptual development to commissioning and startup, we self-perform all aspects of project execution, driving consistency, repeatability and reliability. Kiewit offers full-service project delivery, from gas and oil gathering to transportation and processing.
By performing modularization studies during the early phases of the project, our teams can identify opportunities for cost and schedule savings to optimize project delivery.
Our scalable approach is tailored to meet our clients’ needs. From small to large projects and solutions, we help define simple, efficient designs without compromising safety and quality.
Kiewit has executed 250+ midstream projects in the past decade, valued at more than $9 billion in contract value.
megaproject EPC in western canada
TMEP LOWER MAINLAND PROJECT | BRITISH COLUMBIA
Kiewit-led joint venture, Kiewit-Ledcor Trans Mountain Partnership (KLTP), was awarded the engineering, procurement and construction of a portion of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP). The scope encompasses all the pipelines and facilities in the British Columbia Lower Mainland, including a Fraser River submarine crossing, the Westridge Marine Terminal and a 2.6-kilometer tunnel from Burnaby Terminal back to Westridge.
The expansion is essentially a twinning of this existing 1,150-kilometer pipeline between Strathcona County, Alberta, and Burnaby, British Columbia, creating a pipeline system with a nominal capacity of the system going from approximately 300,000 to 890,000 barrels per day. The scope of work across the pipeline included a 13-tank expansion, three-berth expansion, secondary containment on all new and existing tanks and a 2.5-kilometer tunnel between Burnaby and Westridge Terminals using the tunnel boring machine, and 35 kilometers of pipeline construction between Langley and Burnaby.
HELPING OUR CLIENTS meet North America’s growing energy demand
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA MAINLINE COMPRESSOR STATION
Williams is expanding its Pennsylvania energy infrastructure to meet growing demand along the Atlantic Seaboard by adding 582 million standard cubic feet of natural gas per day to the Transco pipeline system’s transportation capacity. As part of the expansion, Kiewit subsidiary, Cherne, is engineering, procuring, constructing and commissioning a 31,000-horsepower greenfield-compressor station.
The station consists of one Solar C-752 compressor driven by a Solar Titan 250 turbine and all necessary auxiliary systems including a compressor building; power distribution center; standby generator; air compressor package; hydrocarbon liquids and oily water storage; blowdown silencers; instrumentation and gas treating equipment.
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