Flowline Alaska is a family-owned and operated company founded in 1981. Initially, they focused on the insulation of steel pipe for the North Slope. The Fairbanks company now operates four production facilities on 42 acres with 62,000 square feet of enclosed production space. With two dedicated rail spurs at their site, Flowline is prepared to receive and deliver products via air, rail or truck.
Over the years, Flowline has expanded its operations to provide corrosion coatings, pipe spool fabrication, double joint welding and module/skid fabrication. They employ two State of Alaska Licensed Professional Engineers, three National Association of Corrosion Engineers certified coating inspectors, three American Welding Society Level-1 Certified Welding Inspectors, two full-time QA/QC personnel, a dedicated materials coordinator, an AutoCAD drafter and additional personnel dedicated to “providing the highest quality products and services to support companies developing the North Slope of Alaska.”
Flowline is also a union employer with labor agreements with the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 302, Laborers Local 942; and UA Local 375 Plumbers & Pipefitters.
Over the years Flowline Alaska, Inc. has completed projects for numerous companies, including BP Exploration Alaska, Inc., ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc., ExxonMobil, Caelus Energy and Eni Petroleum. To learn more about the services they provide and the work they do at their facility, visit their website at www.flowlinealaska.com.