Greenberry fabricated and installed seven piping systems—including Butane, Nitrogen, Olefin-(2), Propane, Compressor, and Vaporizer piping and supports—and pipeway tie-ins for Tesoro in Anacortes, Washington.
Greenberry performed fabrication and installation services for the Sound Refining facility at the Port of Tacoma (Washington) for the purpose of enabling the receipt and distribution of both ethanol and biofuels to the Puget Sound area.
Greenberry performed demolition of an existing exhaust system and installed, tested, commissioned, and provided startup support for Universal Silencer’s new exhaust system at Puget Sound Energy’s power generation facility in Blaine, Washington.
Greenberry provided fabrication, installation, and construction coordination services—as well as multiple piping tie-ins inside the operating refinery—for a petroleum refinery piping system upgrade for Phillips 66 in Ferndale, Washington.
Greenberry furnished installation, fabrication, permitting, Boiler Division coordination, and start-up support services for a new Nebraska package boiler and Nash Vacuum/Hogging pump system for PacifiCorp Energy in Chehalis, Washington.
Greenberry, in conjunction with Lehigh Northwest Cement Co., refurbished the Port of Everett bulk facility in Everett, Washington. This included concrete work, piping, structural construction, electrical, and commissioning.
Greenberry provided project management and coordination, pipe fabrication and installation, structural steel fabrication and erection, mechanical installation, and subcontractor management services for a boiler conversion for Georgia Pacific in Camas, Washington.
Greenberry completed the field assembly of a 220-ft-tall ASME pressure vessel along with the fabrication and installation of 1,000 ft of stainless steel process piping, dilution pump, and mixer for Weyerhaeuser in Longview, Washington.
Greenberry performed coordination, fabrication, structural support, painting, installation, and commissioning assistance for a new TransAlta Generation LLC rail unloading facility in Centralia, Washington.