Summit has been awarded an EPC contract with Enterprise TE Products Pipeline Co. for the addition of three (3) new pump stations to the existing ATEX pipeline. The pipeline transports ethane from Houston, Pennsylvania to customers in the Gulf Coast area. The Scope of work includes all Engineering, Procurement, and Construction required to deliver three (3) intermediate pump stations. Two (2) stations are located in Louisiana and one (1) is located in Ohio. The planned areas of the pump stations will have an efficient layout of the piping, valves, equipment and will be consistent with standard engineering practices including constructability, operability and safety

Sky High Clay Shoot 1

Summit was a proud sponsor of the 2017 Annual Sky High Clay Shoot which was held February 10th and 11th. Our Team spent most of the day cooking for the crowd. The menu consisted of pastalaya, shrimp and catfish. When not cooking, our team participated in the clay shoot. Fun was had by all while benefitting a great charity!

Pictured above (from left to right) Megan Tiffin (Frankel Building Group), Errin Bryner (DESCO Environmental Consultants), Tressie Cox, Natalie Enholm (Human Resources Specialist,HFF), Jessy Deardurff (Ops. Director, Sky High), Brittany Hebert (Founder/CEO, Sky High & Sales Consultant, Weldfit Energy Group), Michael Arispe (Non-Op Development Manager, Anadarko), Taylor Sass (Communications & Marketing Director, Weisser Engineering & Surveying)

Sky High was founded by Abbeville, Louisiana native and former Miss Acadiana, Brittany Hebert. It began with the inaugural Louisiana Sky High Sporting Clay Shoot in 2007, which raised more than $50,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Ronald McDonald House in Memphis, Tennessee. This one event spurred a collaborative and dynamic fundraising organization and a true labor of love. For more information about Sky High for St. Jude please click here:

Welcome Cory Sipes!

January 30th, 2017 by Summit Construction

Summit Industrial Construction, LLC is pleased to announce that Cory Sipes has joined our team as Project Manager in the Gulf Coast Region. He will be responsible for both operational & project development activities working out of Summit’s Houston office. Cory will have responsibilities including project management, estimating, proposal development, and business development. Cory will also be heavily involved in Summit’s pursuit of more EPC projects from his many years of working with other EPC/engineering firms.

Cory was previously a Project Manager with Trailhead Engineering, BEI Engineers and Audubon Engineering where he managed a wide range of midstream and downstream projects. He is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

Summit Industrial Construction, LLC is pleased to announce that Justin Richards has joined our team as Project Manager, with an emphasis on Business Development in the Gulf Coast Region. He will be responsible for both sales & project development activities working out of Summit’s Houston office. Justin will work to further build Summit’s relationships across the heavy industrial market sectors. Justin was previously an Industrial Account Manager with Mayer Electric where he managed major Oil & Gas accounts along the Gulf Coast. He also previously worked for General Cable Corporation and ROXTEC both out of Houston. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University at College Station.

Summit Industrial Construction has been awarded the contract for a major expansion of the Formosa Plastics Corporation Olefins III facility in Point Comfort, TX, which is a multi-year project. Summit is responsible for the installation of 120,000 LF of OSBL and ISBL piping. The piping project is part of the larger Olefins III Project slated for completion in 2018. Summit’s contract Scope of Work will require over 500,000 Manhours and the need to work with other Contractors performing various scopes of work.

Summit Industrial Construction has been awarded an EPC contract for The Galaxy Gas Conditioning Project located in Eldorado, Pennsylvania. The scope of work consists of turnkey Engineering, Procurement and Construction Services for two (2) 50 MMSCFD Dew Point Control Trains, two (2) condensate stabilizers with VRU compression, and one (1) TEG Glycol Dehydration train.


Pictured (L toR)  Trey Granier, Tracie  Lack, Diane and Black Roussel

On October 21st, Summit participated in the River Region Chamber of Commerce’s annual golf tournament. The primary event sponsors included Motiva, Valero, Dow, Mosaic, Zen-Noh Grain and Air Products. Summit’s Black Roussel and Trey Granier lead the Summit golf team and were joined by Diane Roussel and Tracie Lack of Valero St. Charles Refinery. It was also an extra special day for Summit’s Black Roussel who made a hole in one! This was Black’s 2nd hole in one while playing at Cypress Lakes Country Club.


Pictured: Black Roussel (after his hole in one)


Pictured:  Black Roussel (Summit) and Victoria Bryant (Executive Director, The Arc of St. Charles)

On October 7th, Summit joined Valero and other area companies to support the Arc of St. Charles for there annual golf tournament at Cypress Lakes Country Club. This was Summit’s 2nd year supporting this great cause. Summit’s Black Roussel has been on the Board of Directors for the Arc of St. Charles for numerous years. He works tirelessly on behalf of the Arc to keep the organization strong so it can continue its great service to the local community.  For more information about The Arc of St. Charles, please visit::


Summit was excited to participate in this great event on October 7th. The GCSC’s annual golf tournament was held at Belle Terre Country Club in Laplace, LA. The GCSC is a great organization that does an outstanding job training our workforce and we are glad to continue our relationship with the GCSC and their team. Summit was excited to participate in this event and the on course food was prepared again by Summit’s Master Chef, Trey Granier.  For more information about the Gulf Coast Safety Council, please visit:


Pictured from L to R: Trey Granier, Jacob Long, Rusty Rebowe & Josh Johnson

The United Way of St. Charles hosted their 15th Annual Battle for the Paddle. The event included over 150 teams that competed in a Jambalaya & Gumbo Cook-off. The majority of the participating teams are petrochemical facility owners, contractors and vendors from along the Mississippi River in south Louisiana. This was Summit’s 2nd year participating in the event. Although Summit did not win, there was no leftover food from Trey Granier’s famous pastalaya.

The United Way of St. Charles has been working to improve lives since 1955.  UWSC is committed to bringing the community together to deliver lasting changes throughout St. Charles Parish. For more information, please visit

Pictured from L to R: Trey Granier, Jacob Long, Rusty Rebowe & Josh Johnson