We provided engineering, surveying, construction, and environmental services to Consumers Energy in support of their Saginaw Trail Pipeline Project.
The Saginaw Trail Pipeline is a five-year, $610 million project replacing 78 miles of pipeline with 94.4 miles of newly installed pipeline over five phases within five years.
We provided preliminary survey and drafting services, including alignment sheets, easement exhibits, permit drawings, and preparation of certified plats on the power company’s corridor. We also provided construction staking and weld as-built.
As a part of HEI’s engineering scope HEI has designed the following HDD crossings:
- I-75 – 1020’
- Neff 120 + Alpine and Blackmore Drain – 1255’
- Morrish 120 + Swan Creek – 1571’
- Tittabawassee River – 3165’
- Shiawassee River – 3650’
- Swan Creek I – 1000’
- Swan Creek II – 1980’
- Mid-Michigan Railroad – 1750’
- CNRR – 1655’
- I-69 – 2420’
- Frances + Pond – 1455’
- Flint River – 1830’
The Environmental Staff of HEI provided wetland delineations and stream surveys, endangered species surveys, MDEQ wetland and floodplain permitting, US Army Corp of Engineers Section 10 permitting, soil erosion and stormwater design, US Fish & Wildlife Service special use permitting, US Environmental Protection Agency coordination, and restoration compliance.
Saginaw, Genesee, and Oakland Counties, MI
Construction Phase Services
Planning and Permitting
Site Feasibility Studies
Total hours worked: 137 Hours
Total miles driven: 267 Miles
26 Awards Given for On the Spot Safety