Did You Know?
The electric line workers at Volt Power and KS Energy are ready to deploy to site for emergency power restoration following natural disasters.
Southeast Connections has completed solid rock bores ranging up to 1,850’ in length and up to 36” diameter.
Southeast Connections can install steel mainline gas transmission pipelines up to 42” in diameter and distances up to 50 miles.
37 years - - the number of years Cobalt Civil, LLC has been in business.
The Volt Power workforce is equipped and competent to glove energized distribution voltages from 52kV to 34.5kV
Cobalt Civil, LLC has reduced fuel consumption by 12% through logistics/load optimization.
Between 2012 and 2015 Cobalt Civil had a 475% increase in number of employees.
As of July 2015 Culy, now Cobalt Civil, was 943,500 hours accident-free.
KS Energy Services sewer camera crews are currently working in multiple states and inspect over 80,000 laterals per year.
KS Energy assisted with replacement and installation of 2400 feet of new pipe 140 feet below the surface of the Ohio River for Duke Energy.
Cobalt Civil is a member of the Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety. MICCS awarded Cobalt Civil (formerly Culy) the Zero Injury in 2013 & 2014 for fulfilling the promise of eliminating accidents and injuries on construction job sites.
The crews at Southeast Connections currently average over 70 miles a year for gas distribution renewal and new installations.
400 - - number of feet Cobalt Civil's hydro-vac trucks can excavate from the location of the vehicle making it possible to reach limited access areas such as within a building or behind fenced-in structures.
Southeast Connections has installed gas main and services ranging in size from 5/8” to 12” plastic.
KS Energy Services has the capability to perform joint installations of electric, gas, telecommunication, and CATV.