Pipeline Systems, Inc. was founded in 1982 to provide
construction services to the oil and gas industry in the Appalachian
Basin. At that time the primary focus was on building gas gathering
systems and setting up tanks, units and well heads for the booming
Medina gas play in northwestern Pennsylvania. Pipeline has built a
reputation in the region for quality construction, timely delivery,
fair pricing and is well known for taking on the more challenging
project. Over the years, the company has successfully worked for several
major and minor oil and gas operators in western Pennsylvania and
western New York.
During a down turn in the oil and gas industry
in the late 1980’s, the company diversified into municipal water
and wastewater projects. At first, mostly consisting of water distribution
and sewage collection pipeline projects, but later focusing on water
and wastewater treatment plant projects. Pipeline Systems, Inc. has
now completed dozens of water and wastewater treatment facilities in
Today Pipeline Systems, Inc. is a leader in the
region for mid-stream oil and gas pipeline projects and municipal water
and wastewater construction projects.
Pipeline Systems Incorporated has always had a “safety first” mindset since its initial creation in 1982. Today Pipeline Systems goes above and beyond previous safety practices and procedures to ensure a safe work environment for all employees and others around our jobsites.
Pipeline Systems has a dedicated safety committee that brings all safety related issues to the forefront of our decision making process, and allows all voices within our company to be heard. Pipeline Systems also has a third party safety consultant that gives our employees regularly scheduled training, completes onsite safety audits, and works alongside us on every project to ensure that all possible safety measures are being taken.
As a current member of ISNetworld, Pipeline Systems is committed to continuously building working relationships with all our clients and customers with the utmost concern for the safety of all parties involved.