BASF

W.J. O’Neil Company completed one of the largest process piping jobs in recent Michigan history for a new BASF Polymer Plant in 2009. The construction project required 170,000 linear feet of stainless steel and carbon steel piping 30” and smaller. In addition to installing the pipe, we also set over 700 pieces of equipment, including pumps, tanks, filters, and heat exchangers. WJO was also responsible for grouting, miscellaneous iron, insulation, heat tracing, painting, identification, flushing and testing for a complete mechanical installation.

Other areas worked: SGO area including hot oils and peroxide building, emulsions production and resin cutting (EP & RC), product tank farm including truck unloading and drum filling, monomer tank farm including rail and truck unloading, utility building and outside area, and outside pipe rack.

BASF Corporation, headquartered in New Jersey, is the North American affiliate of BASF, the world's leading chemical company. The new facility houses the company’s R&D, administrative and manufacturing operations.

Industry: Chemical

Scope: $75 Million