PG&E Crews Upgrading Pipelines

PG&E Crews Upgrading Pipelines

Sun Staff Reports

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is currently performing a gas-safety-upgrade on its natural-gas pipelines on Bay Farm.

The utility is working along Sea View Parkway from Aughinbaugh Way to Gainsborough Court, as well as on portions of Brunswick Way, Nottingham Drive and Harbor Road.

Contractors with ARB Under-ground will also be working along portions of Maitland Avenue from Island Drive to Melrose Avenue and sections of Beech and Mecartney roads later this month. PG&E did not announce the start date for the second project.

“During these safety and reliability projects, crews will assess and replace a portion of our gas distribution lines, most of which are located under the street or on private property,” the utility announced in its press release. “This work may also involve upgrading gas meters that serve homes and businesses.”

Crews will perform these upgrades Monday through Friday, during normal business hours. PG&E stated it anticipates no detours or impacts on the Harbor Bay Ferry Landing parking lot.