B & G Roustabout Services Inc.
We provide Services in Sheridan, WY & Williston, ND
B & G Roustabout Service, Inc. is a familiar name in the Williston Basin & Powder River Basin. From its humble beginnings with one truck and two men, B & G has seen a continuous program of expansion. B & G was founded by Raymond Gorder and Dean Brorby in 1966. In 1998, B & G expanded to Wyoming and the main office is now in Sheridan, WY with a branch in Williston, ND. B & G Roustabout Service, Inc. is now owned by Rod Gorder, who has been involved with B & G since 1973.
Currently, with more than 70 employees, we do maintenance and new construction on any type of gas or oil well. From hooking up well heads & tank batteries to building fences & installing stock tanks, call us for a bid. We have trucks equipped with all the tools ready for any kind of job.
Call us if you want an experienced crew !
Rod Gorder, Owner
Shannon Giblock, General Manager
Chris Nordlinder, ND Manager: 307-751-6211
Greg Nivens, WY Manager: 307-751-2861
Dennis Schmitz, Safety Coordinator: 701-651-0614
Greg Gibbons, Locate Manager: 307-751-2268
Brian Conlin, Mechanic: 701-770-4007
1649-B Kroe Lane
Sheridan, WY 82801
Ph. (307) 673-0266
Fax: (307) 673-0267
P.O. Box 516
Ranchester, WY 82839
605 8th Ave East
Ph. (701) 774-0293
- Line Locators (One Call Certified)
- Roustabout Crews
- Pipeline Crews and Equipment
- Bid or Hourly - 2" to 36" Poly Pipelines
- Well Hook-ups
- New or In-Field Repairs
- Blade & Dozer Work
- Squeeze-Offs for 2"-12" Poly Pipe
- Welding & Fabrication
- Snow Removal
- And More!
Our equipment is ready for any type of job.
Some of our equipment available:
Fusing machines: up to 18 inches
755 Vermeer Rocksaw
655 Vermeer Rocksaw
1250 RT Vermeer
7" to 28" wide, Ditch up to 7' & 8' deep
Lowboy & Flatbed Trailers
Gooseneck & Utility Trailers
18 1-ton Roustabout trucks with tools
Call us for your next job!
How safe is your job site?
Hydro-Excavation redefines safety expectations!
Today, safety is part of running the job site. Contractors, municipalities and utility companies have made safety procedures and training mandatory. Shortcuts on safety are simply not allowed. Safer products, processes and gear are adopted and implemented on job sites. Excavating work requires safe digging processes. It is getting crowed below the surface. The underground infrastructure mimics the growth of traffic sprawling out from our cities and towns. Even remote locations may have gas distribution or telecommunication lines. Utility lines now appear almost everywhere. The costs associated with striking a utility are many. The obvious ones are the direct costs; however, there are many others that are often overlooked.
The direct costs of a strike include:
* Site repair costs and fines.
* Serious injury or death to employees and the general public.
* Lost labor at job.
* Lost utilization from idle equipment.
* Equipment damage.
The indirect, and less obvious, costs often include:
* Loss of resources, time from reporting accidents and ensuing investigation.
* Increased insurance costs.
* Damage to a company's reputation and lost revenues.
* Legal fees.
* Decreased employee morale.
How do you deal with the known and even unknown subsurface infrastructure? You do your best to minimize the risk. You add a safer process to your job site. You hydro-excavate to locate utilities. The hydro-excavation process uses pressurized water to loosen soil, which is then removed with a vacuum source. The digging process is precise, locating utilities without fear of damage. The applications are growing.
During new construction and installations, Hydrovacs can be used to expose pipeline crossings of conflicting facilities. Quite often, new plants or compressors are built on top of old facilities where the extent and location of underground infrastructures are unknown. Slot trenching and pre-dug piling holes up to 30 feet deep can verify the existence, depth and orientation of buried infrastructure.
The Key Benefits to Hydrovacs
Safety Regulations Prohibit Mechanical Excavation when working in close proximity to pipelines and utility cables.
Recognized as a safe and acceptable alternative to hand excavation and up to Ten Times Faster than Hand Digging.
Limiting the need for hand excavation Reduces Injuries And Minimizes Worker Insurance Claims.
Surface locate marks are only approximate until Visually Confirmed with a B & G Hydrovac.
Hydro-excavation is the safe and productive nondestructive excavation method.
Unlike mechanical excavation, there is little chance of damage when water is used to loosen the soil, significantly reducing the safety and financial risks associated with utility line strikes.
Hydrovacing is perfect for potholing, water-line repair, slot trenching, directional drilling, sign and pole installation, pipe location, and residential excavation.
Lester Caldwell, Hydrovac Manager: (701) 770-1904
Our fleet of trucks can get your merchandise moved!
We have flatbed trailers and detachable lowboy trailers.
Our dump truck & belly dumps are available for all your hauling needs!
We are licensed in all western states.
Call us for your next load!
605 8th Avenue East
Williston, ND, 58801
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