Detroit, MI and Riverside, MO (PRWEB) March 14, 2012
Lakeshore TolTest Corporation and Kelly-Hill Company have entered into an exclusive teaming agreement to offer construction services for rail facilities in North Dakota.
The rapid increase of oil production in the Bakken play, coupled with a limited pipeline infrastructure, has led producers to consider rail a viable long term solution for transporting crude to market. The increased role of rail as an alternative has led to the planning of multiple large scale terminals for inbound and outbound shipments of equipment and material needed in the oil and gas industry. The Lakeshore TolTest & Kelly-Hill team stands ready to fill the development and construction needs of clients interested in developing or upgrading rail terminal infrastructure.
Lakeshore TolTest is among the fastest growing construction companies in the United States. Operating in 40 office locations in 12 countries worldwide, Lakeshore TolTest provides complete general construction, environmental and energy services to federal and municipal government agencies and commercial clients. Lakeshore TolTest has recently established operations in Williams County, North Dakota, the heart of the Bakken.
Lakeshore TolTest’s success has been a result of consistent execution on construction projects and delivery of innovative engineering solutions, attention to detail, adherence to budget and schedule constraints, close client communications and business integrity in the world's most challenging environments.
Kelly-Hill specializes in railroad construction and has over 50 years of experience meeting the needs of that market. They deliver new railroad track construction, continuous welded rail track construction, railroad track maintenance, production tie and rail projects, track surfacing, bridge deck replacement, and turnkey railroad track design and construction.
The combination of Lakeshore TolTest’s experience in bulk petrochemical storage and large civil works projects together with Kelly-Hill’s railroad construction experience will give rail terminal operators a team that can meet their immediate and long term needs.