Primoris Division Awarded Pipeline Contracts Totaling $44.5 Million

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Primoris Services Corporation announced new contracts for pipeline projects in California, Pennsylvania, and Wyoming with an expected total value of $56.5 million.
  The Underground division of Primoris’s wholly-owned subsidiary, ARB, Inc., was awarded new contracts with a total value of approximately $44.5 million. In southern California, ARB Underground was awarded four contracts valued at $27 million associated with pipeline and horizontal directional drilling work by major oil companies and the Port of Los Angeles. ARB Underground also secured $11.5 million of project work with a major utility for pipeline replacement and Rule 20 Conversion in northern California. As established by the California Public Utilities Commission, Rule 20 is a set of policies and procedures that regulates the conversion of overhead electric equipment to underground facilities. ARB Underground will also perform terminal modifications at Travis Air Force Base, located in Solano County, CA, under separate contracts valued at approximately $6 million. Each of these projects is scheduled to start in the third quarter of 2011 and be completed by the second quarter of 2012.
  Primoris’s wholly-owned subsidiaries Rockford Corporation and Alaska Continental Pipeline were awarded approximately $12 million of new contracts. These projects involve the construction and relocation of 16-, 30-, and 36-inch pipelines in Northern California, Pennsylvania and Wyoming, with the Pennsylvania and Wyoming projects being shale gas-related. Work on these projects began in August 2011 and is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2011.