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TRC awarded pipeline contract in North Carolina

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World Pipelines,


TRC Companies, Inc. (TRC), a recognised leader in engineering, environmental consulting and construction management services, announced that it has been awarded a US$2.5 million contract to provide engineering and construction support to PSNC Energy for its 40 mile Franklin and Wake County Extension Project to meet strong demand for natural gas in North Carolina (USA).

“TRC has been honoured to serve PSNC Energy for several years, and we are excited to support its work to increase the availability of clean, reliable and affordable natural gas for customers in this fast growing part of North Carolina,” said TRC Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chris Vincze. “Integra Link is the ideal platform for infrastructure owners, regulators and other stakeholders to get timely, accurate information at all times about the progress of the project.”

As part of the contract, TRC will deploy its industry-leading Integra Link™ project data management platform to give PSNC and third-party stakeholders up-to-the-minute access to complete and verified information including pipeline routing, field data, environmental compliance, inspection reports and other key data. The data can be accessed from desktops, smartphones, tablets and other devices.

PSNC Energy, a SCANA company, is developing the 40 mile extension of 20 in. transmission line to meet increasing demand for natural gas due to residential, commercial and industrial growth in Franklin and Wake counties. Construction is expected to begin next fall with an expected completion by summer 2019.

TRC maintains five offices in North Carolina, including two each in Asheville and Chapel Hill and a fifth in Raleigh.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/31052017/trc-awarded-pipeline-contract-in-north-carolina/

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