Right of Way Restoration
M&M Pipeline Services’ knowledgeable crews have extensive experience in restoring and maintaining the right of way in diverse conditions. They have accomplished individual projects of up to 274 miles of pipeline restoration and provided as many as 9 crews on a single project to accommodate the customer’s work plan, all while minimizing the industry’s standard for allowable erosion.
I have always hired M&M exclusively since the first time they did a right of way restoration project for me over 10 years ago. Good pricing and safe, excellent crews that keep pace with the clean-up, no matter what we throw at them. In addition, the Owners and FERC Inspectors love their work and thoroughness – what else could you ask for?
– COO of a Major Pipeline Construction Company
M&M Pipeline Services owns most major equipment and in house staff to provide eight experienced knowledgeable crews capable of averaging 6,000 linear feet per day per crew. Their supervisors have over 120 years of combined ROW restoration and maintenance experience throughout a wide variety of terrain. Their projects support the energy industry including major oil and gas pipeline and electric transmission construction.
Post construction, M&M Pipeline has completed 1,000’s of miles of meticulous FERC punch list resolution exceeding expectations of the customer, inspector and landowners on time and within budget. M&M Pipeline employs a full time Agronomist for grass seed mix expertise and to address severe re-vegetation issues. They also employ an Environmental Engineer for environmentally sensitive area consultation and EPA compliance.
ROW Restoration Services Include
- ROW Restoration Post-Construction, Punch List Completion
- Seeding Expertise
- Brush Control
- Seed Drilling
- No Till Drill
- Fertilizer Application
- Erosion Control Devices
- Hydroseeding and Mulching
- Hand Seeding
- Stream Bank Stabilization
- Storm Damage, Disaster Clean Up and Debris Disposal
- Broadcast Seeding
Specialized Equipment Includes:
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