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Primoris provides update on Atlantic Coast Pipeline project

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Primoris Services Corporation has provided an update on the work being done by Rockford Corporation, part of the Pipeline and Underground segment, on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) project. With the decision by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to allow construction activities to resume on ACP, Rockford has resumed work on the project doing various activities in West Virginia and North Carolina. Winter weather is expected to curtail some activities in West Virginia later this year, but at this time, the company anticipates that weather permitting, work in North Carolina will continue through the winter months.

Primoris estimates that during the five weeks impacted by the FERC stop work order, revenue on ACP was roughly US$35 million less than originally planned. It remains to be seen how much of the work can be accelerated during 4Q18.

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