Bio-Fuels and Ethanol Terminal Upgrade


BIO-FUELS AND ETHANOL TERMINAL UPGRADE Greenberry was selected by the owner as general contractor to modify their Seattle/Harbor Island Terminal facility at the Port of Seattle so they could receive and distribute both ethanol and bio-fuels to the Seattle Metropolitan area.  This was a fast tract project that involved an

Diesel Pour Point Installation


DIESEL POUR POINT INSTALLATION This small cap project consisted of setting an additive tank and installing all peripheral process piping, valves, instrumentation and tie-ins. SERVICES PROVIDED Greenberry fabricated all the pump and steam piping in its northern Washington fab shop. Shipped all components to refinery for installation. Coordinated delivery

Butane Railcar Unloading


BUTANE RAILCAR UNLOADING This project encompassed fabrication and installation of seven (7) piping systems as well as all pipeway tie-ins related to Railcar Unloading. SERVICES PROVIDED The process system modifications included: Butane, Nitrogen, Olefin- (2), Propane, Compressor and Vaporizer piping and supports. All were fabricated in Greenberry’s northern

NOx Emission Reduction


NOX EMISSION REDUCTION This petroleum refinery piping system upgrade was commissioned directly by the owner. Greenberry provided fabrication, installation and construction coordination services as well as multiple piping tie-ins inside the operating refinery. SERVICES PROVIDED Project included layout, excavation, installation of concrete foundation and apron Performed hot tap