Summit was a sponsor at the EmPrestiza Houston Oil and Gas Classic Golf Tournament.  What a great turnout!  There were many attendees throughout the industry.

On October 18, 2019, Summit was a tent sponsor at the cooking stations during at the Pipeliners Association of Clay Shoot. Lindsey Mehne and Cassy Beltran hosted the station for Summit Industrial. The event is a great way to participate in the PAH Scholarship, as well as give back to our communities in which we work.   To learn more about the Pipeliners Association of Houston, visit their website !

Summit Industrial was proud to be a Champion Sponsor for Phillips 66’s United Way Campaign Kick Off this year.  The 5th Annual Golf Tournament was a record-breaking success with 200 golfers this year! A great time was had by all!

Summit once again sponsored the Tiger Drive hole to help raise money for industry focused scholarships.  This is Summit’s third year as the Tiger Drive sponsor and partner with the Pipeliner’s Association.   For more information about the Pipeliner’s Association of Houston, please click here:  https://www.houstonpipeliners.net/about_us.php

What a special way to celebrate your 8th birthday!  Kage Hatch was turning 8 years old, unfortunately the plans of his party took a turn when his dad, Jarome Hatch, a Site Manager for Summit, had to work late. Jarome called his wife, Nikki, who also works for Summit as an HR Coordinator, and explained that even though it was a critical time of the job they could all gather around and sing him “Happy Birthday!”  Nikki blindfolded Kage and drove him to the East Gate Pump Station with cake and ice cream sandwiches for the jobsite.  Imagine Kage’s surprise when he was greeted by dad and his team singing “Happy Birthday!”  We thank our client for allowing us to make this an even more special day for Kage. We want to recognize Jarome and Nikki Hatch for their dedication to our company, to each other and to their family.

Jarome Hatch is Summit’s Site Manager for the for Enterprise Texas Express, East Gate Pump Station Project.  Nikki Swanson works in Summit’s Hiring Office as an HR Coordinator.

Summit was awarded the P66 Gray Oak Central Terminal Project.  The scope includes the construction required to install large mainline booster pumps, can pumps with the tank farm, pipe racks, short run underground pipeline and all other major and ancillary equipment.  This includes all sitework, civil, structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation work.  This is a major terminal facility along the Gray Oak Pipeline.

Summit was a proud sponsor of the 2019 ECC Conference which was held in Colorado Springs this year.  The ECC provides unique opportunities for professionals from all aspects and levels of the engineering and construction industry.  The Future Leaders program recogizes and fosters leadership to established leaders and industry pioneers.  To learn more, please visit:  http://www.ecc-conference.org/About/

Pictured:  Phillip Vowell, Cassy Beltran, Allyssa Rolen, Josh Johnson, Lindsey Mehne, Amy Lytle, Austin Wetzler

Summit is proud to announce we were once again presented with the STEP Platinum Award by ABC National for our commitment to safety on our jobsites. The award displays Summit’s commitment to safety best practices. At Summit, we feel it is our responsibility to ensure our workers get home in the same condition as when the arrived on the jobsite. Thanks to our Teams for working safely!

Summit will handle turnkey all material, labor and equipment to build the Sweeny Midpoint Pump Station as it connects with multiple Gray Oak Pipeline segments. The Sweeny Midpoint facility consists of multiple large crude oil mainline pumps with electric driven motors, interconnecting piping, power distribution center, and other equipment necessary to operate the facility. The project is expected to finish by November 2019.

Pictured:  Austin Wetzler

Summit Industrial is always proud to sponsor the Pipeliners Association of Houston’s (PAH) events.   Austin Wetzler represented Summit during this year’s Spring Golf Tournament held on April 1, 2019.   The events help to fund PAH’s Scholarship Program for young engineers!  To learn more about the Pipeliners Association of Houston, visit their website !