The Compression Facility at Wamsutter, Wyoming makes significant headway despite cold winter conditions.

With the chilling temperatures ranging between -15 F to -40 F degrees, 50-60 MPH winds and occasional white outs. It’s a been a battle, but Bodell Construction is making big progress over the last couple of weeks with its civil foundation phase.

Concrete footings and forms for the compressor building, equipment skids, cable tray support piers and forming walls for the pump house are being completed while the team works safely around open pier holes and weather hazards. Crews have also set the transformer and a large percentage of the equipment and piping skids while advancing piping to the Vent Gas knock out and flare at the site. Once complete, this installation will facilitate natural gas gathering, processing and transmission to nearby occupiers.


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