The Hillis Group, LLC is a full-service civil, pipeline, and restoration construction company committed to safety and quality results, which is why we are in the business of repeat business.
Working with Hillis means:
- Safety is our #1 priority
- Strict adherence to project timelines
- Clear communication about project expectations
- Cost tracking every step of the way so there’s no surprise change orders
- Never cut corners to cut cost
- Getting the job done right the first time
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Anomaly Dig M26
This project consisted of the replacement of an 80’ section of 24” transmission gas pipeline located on the side of a hill with 45-degree slopes. The Hillis Group was required to winch all equipment and material down the hillside. Project consisted of building and removing temporary access road, removal of existing 24” pipe, installation of new section, backfill and restoration of hillside.
Atlantic Sunrise Spreads 5, 6 & 7
Columbia County, Lebanon, Northumberland, and Schuylkill, PA
The Hillis Group completed 78 miles of main line restoration on the Atlantic Sunrise (ASR) Pipeline Project. Work consisted of installation & maintenance of erosion control devices, restoring subgrade contours, decompaction of right of way, rock picking, redistribution of topsoil, final grade, restoration, sand blast/painting of main line valves and launchers and receivers, build, maintain and removal of access roads, lay down yards and erosion control devices and timber mat access roads. Project also consisted of various anomaly investigative digs on the active 42” line.
Old Bridge, NJ
The Hillis Group LLC was awarded a contract for selective demolition, excavation and backfill for new conduits and grounding and construction of new foundations for replacement of a transformer at the Deep Run substation in Old Bridge, NJ owned and operated by First Energy. The transformer being replaced furnishes electricity for Amtrack. The demolition consisted of removal of existing foundation for transformer and eight foundations for bus supports and switches. New concrete was formed and poured for a transformer pad with containment pit, one breaker pad and eight footings with piers for CVT Bus supports and switches. Due to the critical need for the transformer, the allotted schedule was 14 working days. Our crew finished the project in 11 working days.