Posts Tagged ‘pipe’

Company planning Louisiana-Mississippi pipeline construction

by Published: August 6,2012

Tags: construction, energy, gas, natural gas, pipe, pipeline

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI — The company planning a 141-mile pipeline from Norco, La., to Collins hopes to begin the first stage of work soon in Lake Pontchartrain. The project has all the state permits needed, but is waiting on one from the Army Corps of Engineers, company spokesman Allen Fore told The Times-Picayune. Parkway Pipeline, a […] [...]

Louisiana company moving operations to Woodville

by Published: March 23,2011

Tags: construction, jobs, pipe, relocation

WOODVILLE — Officials from D.M.I. Pipe Fabrication, a full-service industrial contractor and pipe fabricator, announced the company is locating operations in Woodville. The Baton Rouge, La.-based company will be located in the warehouse portion of the former Fruit of the Loom facility. The project represents a $100,000 investment by D.M.I. and will create 20 new […] [...]

Virginia company acquires Summit Pipe and Supply

by Published: January 6,2011

Tags: construction, mergers and acquisitions, pipe

JACKSON — Ferguson of Newport News, Va., has acquired Summit Pipe and Supply Co. Inc. and Summit Pipe and Supply Company of Mississippi Inc. in an asset transaction. Terms were not disclosed. Summit is a waterworks distributor with three locations in Jackson as well as Northport and Wetumpka, Ala. Nick Patterson also will remain as […] [...]

German pipe manufacturer breaks ground

by Published: March 10,2010

Tags: Delta, groundbreaking, manufacturing, pipe, Tunica

TUNICA — A German company broke ground on a $300-million pipe manufacturing plant today in Tunica County, kicking off a development that officials believe will have far-reaching economic benefits. “It’s not only huge for Tunica County, but it’s huge for the entire state of Mississippi, especially the Mississippi Delta,” said Larry Liddell, public information officer […] [...]

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