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With backgrounds in civil engineering, construction, welding, and plumbing, a plethora of professionals come together to make pipe lines and their crucial connections possible. Pipe line engineers need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering, with courses targeted at pipe line design, budgeting, repair and project implementation. Special skills for any professional in this industry to have include excellent communication, and time management and planning skills, along with the obvious technical expertise and education. Engineers in particular should be familiar with the latest in design software systems. Work-related travel is usually a requirement in this business, as pipe line contractors are expected to visit construction sites on a regular basis to perform inspections, check for corroded pipes, and provide replacement and repair services. Before becoming licensed, a contractor should gain valuable experience with a commercial construction or pipe line company through an internship. Services vary from contractor to contractor, but the basics remain the same. Most provide installation, replacement, construction, inspection, and maintenance. They often are out at the building site checking for corroded pipes and detecting leaks. Many purchase products like pipe line coatings, welding supplies, and belts from pipe line manufacturers. They use a variety of equipment to do their jobs, such as boring machines. Specialized services may include fabrication, patching, custom ditching, excavation, and installation of telecommunications and fiber optic cable. Related fields include marine contractors, oil well drilling, trenching services, and petroleum engineering. Whether in charge of pipe lines for water, sewage, natural gas, fuel, or oil, pipe line contractors need to provide quality services and products for the safe and efficient transport of these materials for valued clients. They can be hired by communities, municipalities, states, governments, and more. Attention to detail and proven experience in the field are necessary to instill confidence in clients.
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There are several reasons that you might need a pipe line contractor. If your building's gas, sewer, water, or general pipes have developed problems because they are corroded and needed to be repairs or replaced, then you might need a contractor who has the equipment and safety knowledge to perform the services correctly. You might also need pipelining and repiping services for large urban construction developments. If you work with a construction development company, then there are several opportunities that might require a pipe line contractor. When you contact the company, ask them how long they have been in business. Those with several years of experience should have experience with residential, industrial, and commercial buildings. They might also be more familiar with the safety regulations that should be followed when using machinery and equipment for pipelining and repiping. Ask them if they have experience with unlined pipes, epoxy, and drain systems. Unless you just need simple repairs, the contractor will probably need to bring in pipes. Ask them if they have transportation for the types of pipes that you need in your building. While it is very important for you to get the services that you need, you will also want to be conscious of the price you pay. Ask the companies for price quotes. Once you have collected several of them, you should be able to tell which quotes are unrealistically too low or high. Ask the remaining contractors on your list when they will be able to start on the project and choose the one that's most convenient for you.