Northwest Pipe Company awarded section 10-11 of Integrated Pipeline Project in Texas
The pipeline will transport raw water and provide new infrastructure capacity for the area.
VANCOUVER, WA, OCTOBER 20, 2016 -- Northwest Pipe Company, an industry leader of engineered welded steel pipe products for the water transmission market, was selected to provide 66,900 feet of 84-inch diameter, cement mortar lined and polyurethane coated pipe for Section 10-11 of the Integrated Pipeline ("IPL") in North Central Texas. The construction contract of this segment has been awarded to IPL Partners (a venture between Oscar Renda Contracting, Southland Contracting, and Johnson Brothers Corporation) of Roanoke, Texas. Installation is anticipated to be substantially complete by November 2017. The pipeline will transport raw water and provide new infrastructure capacity for the area and is jointly owned by Tarrant Regional Water District and Dallas Water Utilities.
"We are excited to be working with IPL Partners on this segment of the Integrated Pipeline," said Scott Montross, President and CEO of Northwest Pipe Company, "and are very pleased to have been awarded this most recent segment of IPL. To date we have participated in all five major segments of this project, and look forward to our continued involvement in the future."
About Northwest Pipe Company
Northwest Pipe Company is the largest manufacturer of engineered steel pipe water systems in North America. The Company's Water Transmission manufacturing facilities are strategically positioned to meet North America's growing needs for water and wastewater infrastructure. The Company serves a wide range of markets and their solution-based products are a good fit for applications including: water transmission, plant piping, tunnels, and river crossings. The Company is headquartered in Vancouver, Washington and has manufacturing facilities across the United States and one manufacturing facility in Mexico.
For more information, visit www.nwpipe.com.