Construction Field Management

Loenbro Construction Field Management program helps manufacturers and facilities increase production uptime, hit optimum production targets and comply with regulations.

Services / Inspection / Construction Field Management

Minimize your downtime and maximize efficiency.

Loenbro’s experts specialize in inspecting challenging pipeline assets, and our technology facilitates quick responses to unexpected complications. The inspection services we offer cover pipeline cleaning, pipeline pigging equipment, pumping, above-ground markers, pig tracking, pipeline XYZ mapping, land surveying, and pipeline feasibility studies. We also perform reliable inspections on pipeline anomalies. Loenbro assesses components utilizing the following in-service inspection solutions:
  • Mechanical and Chemical Pipeline Cleaning

  • Batching Projects

  • Nitrogen Purge Projects

  • Pig Tracking

  • AGM (above-ground marker) Site Selection and Documentation

  • Anomaly Survey and Dig Staking

  • Global Positioning Surveys (GPS)

  • Line Location

  • Pumping

  • Line Drying

  • Temporary Flow Management

Loenbro monitors thousands of pieces of equipment and piping across several industries.

Our experts utilize non-destructive testing (NDT) technology to detect localized events. We implement Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) to detect corrosion anomalies. Our wide range of NDT inspection services can identify fatigue, cracking, seam weld anomalies, and provide more precise corrosion assessments. Our experienced inspectors:
  • Work Closely with Your Team

  • Determine Your Facility Needs

  • Create an Action Plan

  • Coordinate the Scope of Your Project

  • Help you Monitor Your Plant


We assist pipeline customers in each part of the new regulation. Our range of non-destructive testing (NDT) inspection services is well suited to meet the three-factor requirements, and our world-class safety management teams work with our technicians to ensure you meet all of the included standards. Oil & gas must ensure they meet operating requirements completely. The new rule encompasses several facets of the midstream process to ensure personnel and environmental safety. It can be broken down into three parts:
  • Operators must test all pipelines for Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure (MAOP) with comprehensive records to verify. There are also new requirements for the frequency of sampling and testing.

  • There are now new repair requirements for High Consequence Areas (HCAs) and non-HCAs, and operators must inspect pipelines within 72 hours of an extreme weather event. Additionally, regular pipeline integrity management must be performed. Leak detection systems must be expanded and accommodate inline inspection tools.

  • PHMSA now has greater authority to issue emergency orders for unsafe conditions or faulty pipe components. Pipeline operators must understand pipeline safety threats, HCAs, and Moderate Consequence Areas (MCAs).

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