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Pond’s growing EPCM Oil and Gas program is part of the firm’s ongoing commitment to provide its clients with quality and cost-effective solutions in the oil and gas construction industry. Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management (EPCM) is the preferred project approach for many resource owners looking for a contractor to provide management services for the whole project lifecycle. The EPCM model saves time and money, therefore eliminating some of the risks associated with a traditional project model that would involve multiple firms to address the various scopes of work required for an oil and gas project. Pond’s EPCM Program is successful in utilizing both engineering and construction management expertise to produce an energy project from feasibility through commissioning and maintenance. The EPCM Program for natural gas and midstream clients utilizes Pond’s national team of engineers, inspectors, planning and construction management personnel to provide a turnkey solution for our clients.
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- Planning | Feasibility
- Jurisdictional Permitting
- Environmental Permitting
- Vendor Contracts
- Environmental Inspections
- Project Controls
- Document Controls
- Asset Management
Program Manager | EPCM Oil & Gas
Point of Contact
Michael Jeffreys, PMP
Vice President | Constructors
Brannen Butts, PE
Vice President | Oil & Gas Engineering
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