Skilled Laborer – Tennessee/Kentucky

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Skilled Laborer – Tennessee/Kentucky

Skilled Laborer Job Description The construction Skilled Laborer is responsible for performing intensive physical construction labor duties for construction of civil and erosion control projects Submar, Inc., undertakes nation-wide. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to: Preparing construction sites for installation of erosion control projects Digging, raking, sandblasting, recoating, cutting and laying out geotextile,

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How Submar Can Manage Your Project from Start to Finish

Our extensive experience and our broad application of products is what sets us apart from the crowd. We have the unique ability to identify pipeline erosion control problems and design, construct, and monitor custom erosion control solutions. Experience Based in Houma, Louisiana, Submar starting providing articulated concrete mats to the offshore oil and gas market

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Nicholls State University Pays a Visit

On March 10, guests from Nicholls State University visited our headquarters in Houma, LA, to learn more about erosion and our turnkey solutions. We demonstrated our augmented reality (AR) sandbox to explain how pipelines become exposed. We also introduced our visitors to our plant in Amelia, LA, so they could see how our articulating concrete

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Can Landslides Harm Pipelines?

Landslides are a constant threat to many pipeline sites. Landslides, mudflows, earth slumps, rockfalls, and other types of slope failures threaten job sites in many terrains, not just hills or mountains. They can be fast or slow, wet or dry, small or large, shallow or deep, and reactivated or new. Because of the long, linear

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The Dangers of Exposed Pipelines and How to Prevent Them

The U.S. has over 2.5 million miles of pipelines crisscrossing the country. As existing lines grow older, critics warn that the risk of accidents could increase. Many pipelines transport petroleum products and natural gas. Some pipelines transport other hazardous products such as chemicals, highly volatile liquids, anhydrous ammonia, and carbon dioxide. Exposure to these products

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Canadian Gas Prices Rise After New Pipeline Rules

Canadian natural gas is trading at the highest price relative to U.S. benchmarks in about 10 months after producers cut back on drilling and a rule change on a key Alberta pipeline system last year helped to better manage flows of the fuel. The discount on gas traded at Alberta’s AECO hub versus the Henry

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How Do Pipelines Cross Rivers?

In order for pipelines to transport the energy we need across the country, pipelines must sometimes cross rivers. The environmental protection of these rivers is on the minds of Americans, and it’s on the minds of pipeline companies as well. That’s why the industry has started using technically advanced construction methods such as horizontal directional

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Landslide Damage Can Be Repaired

For engineers who work on pipelines, there are external threats to be aware of and respond to. Lines that cross through hilly or mountainous terrain are susceptible to land movement or subsidence. Studying the terrain and the types of landmass movement is essential for engineers and geologists; they can play a role in determining where

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Stopping the Danger Before It Starts: Preventing Exposed Pipelines

The U.S. has over 2.5 million miles of pipelines crisscrossing the country. As existing lines grow older, critics warn that the risk of accidents could increase. Many pipelines transport petroleum products and natural gas, and some pipelines transport other hazardous products such as chemicals, highly volatile liquids, anhydrous ammonia, or carbon dioxide. Exposure to these

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