Saulsbury Industries Opens Northern Operations Hub in Bismarck, North Dakota
According to company officials, this new location will support the oil and gas, gas processing, refining, agricultural, renewable and chemical industries as a trusted provider of engineering, procurement, construction and field services. It will also offer supporting services for front-end engineering, AFE estimating and scoping support, as well as stand-alone electrical, instrumentation and construction services. The company will use this location to expand our repeat-business model with satisfied clients through hands-on leadership and successful project results.
"We are thrilled to announce the opening of our North Dakota location," said Dennis Chismar, Senior Vice President, Business Development. "The Bismarck office represents the strategic expansion of Saulsbury's services throughout the northern and midwestern United States and provides our clients with strong operational capabilities and proven project execution leaders."
"This expansion marks a significant milestone for Saulsbury," said Chat York, President and CEO. "Adding this permanent foothold in the Bakken formation allows us to tap into a deeper pool of talent to continue providing industry-leading support and service to our clients. It also enables us to look for opportunities in additional markets."
"After completing a number of successful projects in this geographically challenging region, Saulsbury now has the experience and track record to expand our footprint and establish a permanent presence in this region," said Bubba Saulsbury, Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy.
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