M&T Bank Stadium Steel Gas Main

Installed 650 linear feet of 24” steel gas main on an accelerated schedule to account for the extended Ravens playoff season.

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BGE – Camden Yards / M&T Bank Stadium Maryland Stadium Authority

Project Overview
PipeWay was contracted by Baltimore Gas Electric to install 650 linear feet of 24” steel gas main running through the parking lots of M&T Bank Stadium and Camden Yards. This project needed to be completed between the Ravens and Orioles seasons. Adding to the mix, the Baltimore Ravens found themselves as division playoff contenders.

The schedule had to be scrutinized by the PipeWay team with a solid plan presented to Maryland Stadium Authority and BGE. After multiple consultations among stakeholders, a condensed schedule was developed prior to the NTP.

As the Baltimore Ravens were playing at home, we commenced with the preliminary preparation of staging, saw cutting, and utility confirmation of the proposed gas main. Upon receiving the notice to proceed, PipeWay set into action as planned. While handling some unique challenges along the way, PipeWay succeeded, completing the work before the Orioles season opener.

Unique Challenges
  • An unknown severely pitted cast iron water main feeding several office complexes in the area that had been leaking for some time. In coordination with the Baltimore City Department of Public Works, the water main was replaced and relocated within 24 hours by our forces.
  • As with any construction project, an unknown duct bank was encountered. A straightforward adjustment to the proposed gas main route let us continue with no major impact on the project.
Project Timeline
January 2019 – March 2019
Project Value
$1.4 million