Ensuring the safety of our employees, community and anyone in the vicinity of our job sites by taking the proper safety proceedures.
At B&G Pipeline we believe that the prevention of accidents is both our moral obligation and good business. We have developed a way of life that encourages an injury-free environment and provides the safest workplace possible for our employees, clients and others who may enter or who are near our construction sites.
The responsibility for the health and safety of our employees goes far beyond simple compliance with the federal and state regulatory requirements. We recognize that the protection of our employees, property, the public and the environment are essential to the efficient and successful completion of every construction project we undertake.
Who We Are
We recognize that accident prevention is a line management responsibility. That responsibility is shared at every level of our organization, from the President all the way through to our craft work force. We train our supervisors and employees to identify and correct unsafe conditions and more importantly unsafe work practices.
Raising the Bar
We are dedicated to elevating the standards for safety in the pipeline construction industry through a wide variety of methods. Through innovative training and education programs, we also provide our employees with the tools, knowledge and resources they need to increase safety, reduce risk and improve loss control on every project.
Who We Work With
B&G Pipeline is proud to offer our services to clients who are looking for a safe and reliable pipeline contractor. We’ve trained with top safety companies to maintain compliance, mitigate and manage risk as well as ensuring our workers have proper certifications and safety training. Our commitment to safety is evident in everything we do.
Some of Our Work
Hwy 751 New Hope Valley RR Bore Project
Project included (1) 12″ .375 wall Rock 950′ HDD under Railroad & Fabrication of a 12″ Receiver Station located in Wake County.
NC751 Phase 2A Project
5.4 miles (28,500′) of 12″ .280 wall X60 FBE coated steel pipe located in Wake & Chatham county. Project is made up of (8) conventional road bores, (1) foreign pipeline crossing, and (1) 2549′ HDD under the Jordan River.
Van Wyck Pipeline Project
4.2 miles (22,268′) of 12″.281 X60 mainline pipe & 12″ .375 wall bore pipe. The project consists of (4) conventional road bores located near Van Wyck, SC