Construction Management and Inspection
- 2018-2020: 400+ miles of mainline and gathering pipelines providing environmental inspection services.
- 2018: 28-mile pipeline providing environmental inspection and training services.
- 2016-2018: Providing environmental management, inspection, and training services on a 440-mile 20-inch-diameter pipeline capable of transporting up to 200,000 barrels per day of domestic sweet crude oil.
- 2016-2017: Providing Lead Environmental Inspection, training, coordination, and submission of bi-weekly reports to the FERC for a salt dome natural gas storage consisting of two 8-billion cubic feet salt dome natural gas storage caverns, leaching and brine disposal facilities, and a 9-mile pipeline system.
- 2016-2017: Providing biological, waters of the United States, cultural, SWPPP, SPCC and project training services consisting of numerous gathering pipelines and several stations.
- 2012-2015: Providing Project environmental permitting, including USCG, USACE AND USFWS coordination, for a large terminal on a major river handling products being transported via barge.
- 2016: GWA managed the FERC Automatic Authorization process for a client who needed to install a 24-inch-diameter pipeline. Tasks accomplished included permitting for biological, waters of the United States, cultural, and SWPPP.
- 2016: GWA managed the FERC Prior Notice process for the expansion of a gas handling facility electric compressor building. Additionally, GWA permitted two new caverns, construction of an extension to existing natural gas, raw water, and brine pipeline systems to link these new caverns to existing pipeline systems, and approximately 2.5 miles of leaching pipeline.
- 2008 – 2013: GWA managed the FERC Automatic Authorization process for the relocation of a compressor station (including installation of additional horsepower) in Macomb County,Michigan and a 12-inch-diameter, 1,700-foot-long pipeline in St. Clair County. GWA provided Permit application services, construction stormwater support and overall client support. Additionally, GWA completed the FERC Application process for a Part 153, Section 3 (including Presidential Permit Application) for the horizontal directional drill of a 3,500-foot, 20-inch-diameter replacement pipeline and installation of appurtenances underneath the St. Clair River that straddles the international boundary between the United States and Canada.