The beginning of 2019 marked the completion of an 8-month long capital project for our long-time customer, Phillips 66. This project consisted of 20,697 self-performed man-hours from the William’s team. Before being awarded the project, the Williams team spent 140 hours devising the details of the bid proposal, which consisted of in-depth details of how the project should be completed in order to stay within the desired time frame and meet the final needs of the facility.

The project consisted of the installation of 3,000 LF of new sewer pipe and building a new sewer lift station. The Lift Station was installed on the side of a creek, so soldier pile shoring was used. Project Manager Donnie Johnson described the installation of the soldier piles as “critical and unique”, due to the excess amount of unexpected rain. Also, the Williams team was able to perform all of the installation and tie-ins of all the piping without any service loss or interruptions to the facility.

During the project, the Williams team self-performed 450 CY of concrete, 28,000 pounds of rebar and 2,800 SF of wall-form for the lift station, along with several other critical components that made this project successful. During this project, there was also a full-time safety manager on-site. Our full-time on-site safety manager, along with our highly skilled labor force, completed this project with no recordable safety incidents.