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New MPG pipeline project managers

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World Pipelines,

MPG Pipeline Contractors, a leading North American pipeline contractor, has added Neal Jinkerson and Jeramie Pinter as project managers.


Both Jinkerson and Pinter will be responsible for project estimation, constructability and execution plans, labour acquisition, jobsite safety, project logistics, customer interfacing, job closeout and quality control.

Jinkerson has nearly 50 years of pipeline experience across the US beginning in 1968 with Frank Clawson in Saratoga, California. He has also worked for Henkels & McCoy for much of his career. Jinkerson not only brings a wealth of experience to MPG but also the technical knowledge to make an impact on operations.

Pinter, with more than 10 years of project management experience, provides a customer-centric attitude to client projects. Pinter comes to MPG from PSC/Sprint Pipeline Services.

Comments from MPG

“Neal and Jeramie’s experience in cultivating successful projects and providing clients the most cost-effective constructability plans will make an immediate impact on our business,” said Jimmy Fontenot, President, MPG Pipeline Contractors.

“They will be working closely with our management team, along with the support of other departments, to ensure the scope and direction of each client projects remains on track, from start-to-finish.”

Additional information

Jinkerson holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in American business history from the University of California in Berkley, California, and a Bachelor of Business Administration in construction management from the University of Denver.

Pinter holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from the University of Houston.

Edited from source by Stephanie Roker

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