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Feds Allow Atlantic Coast Pipeline Construction to Resume

Atlantic Coast Pipeline project team & Spring Ridge Constructors Committed to Sourcing from local union halls.

If you are a tradesperson looking to join the robust workforce of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, get in touch with your union representative, below:


Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA)
Alix Khani
(240) 650-4993


Teamsters National Pipeline (Teamsters)
David L. LaBorde, Central Region Construction and National Pipeline Director
(202) 528-3689


International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE)
Bob Wilds, Pipeline Director
(202) 549-4449

Welders, Helpers & Journeyman:

United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States, Canada (UA)
Terry Langley, Local Union 798 Organizer
These four crafts and trades will include a mix of local and non-local workers. The non-local workers bring a breadth of specialized skills to the project due to their experience working on pipelines. The local workforce will make up approximately 50 percent of this group. SRC will work with local union halls to fill these positions. All interested persons should contact their local union halls (those contacts outlined here) for more information.

If you are an inspector, specialist, or worker willing to travel, send an email to the ACP project team.

Vendors & Suppliers:
If your company is interested in being a supplier to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project, complete our Vendor Registration Form.

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