Feeney Brothers has been installing natural gas distribution lines, steam, telecommunications, and numerous types of electrical conduit in the Northeast for the utilities industry for more than 25 years.
A true “one-stop shop,” Feeney Brothers’ highly trained and safety driven personnel provide all the services you need to complete your complex project, from design, to installation, to restoration. We are experienced working in urban, suburban, and rural environments throughout the Northeast.
Not every excavation can be managed exclusively using conventional equipment. In cases of uncertainty around the proximity of existing critical underground infrastructure, we use a safe-dig approach. Our large fleet of vacuum excavation vehicles provide a clean and non-abrasive solution resulting in faster, safer exposure and ensuring the right decisions are made every time.
We’re prepared to meet the high demand for underground maintenance and installation of steel piping for steam and gas in the New England area. Our crews and welders are out there daily maintaining the existing underground infrastructure as well as designing and installing new gas and steam systems. Quality and safety are paramount for us in this line of work, and we pride ourselves on having some of the most qualified welders in the business.
Soil conditions are not always perfect, and utilities can face all kinds of obstacles when digging. When the conditions or regulations require excavation or trench support, we have the expertise to get the job done. Each project is different and we always engineer the correct support system — whether it’s wood, steel, or hydraulic — to complete the task at hand.
If you have an emergency, call on Feeney Brothers. We operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. We have a rotation of supervisors on call with crews available 24/7 for emergency response. Our network of satellite yards and our centrally located facilities enable us to respond immediately to our customers’ emergency needs.
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