Ron Arvine, President of Arvine Pipe & Supply Co., Inc.
Our main office is also the supply point for our bulk delivery bobtails and home to our service and operations staff.
Green’s Blue Flame Gas Company is Houston based, family owned and service oriented. Serving Houston, Magnolia, Tomball, Waller, Hockley, Hempstead, Katy, Cypress, and Pinehurst The Houston-Galveston Area Council established the Clean Air Champion award to recognize any business, government, or organization operating in our region that is taking proactive steps to improve air quality.
The Company’s facilities includes 30 acres of pipe storage, delivery trucks, a 10,000 square foot production repair shop and a 3000 square foot machine shop.
Trained machinists offer pumping unit repairs, complete reconditioning of pipe with a hydro-static testing facility for tubing and casing, a Hub City cleaning machine for tubing, steaming for paraffin and pipe straightening. is bonded to plug wells within the state of Oklahoma on permit #807.
Troughs were cast through displacement molding, while struts and tie beams were produced using conventional gravity two-stage castings.
Then, the right and left half-shells, along with the tie beams, were pre-assembled in the plant and transported to the site where they were lifted (by crane) over the railway tracks, for placement on the columns (Figure 3).
Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC), also known as reactive powder concrete (RPC), is a high-strength, ductile material formulated by combining portland cement, silica fume, quartz flour, fine silica sand, high-range water reducer, water, and steel or organic fibers.
The materials are usually supplied in a three-component premix: powders (portland cement, silica fume, quartz flour, and fine silica sand) pre-blended in bulk-bags; superplasticizers; and organic fibers.
The following is an example of the range of material characteristics for UHPC: Strength Compressive: 120 to 150 MPa (17,000 to 22,000 psi) The Shawnessy Light Rail Transit (LRT) Station, constructed during fall 2003 and winter 2004, forms part of a southern expansion to Calgary’s LRT system and is the world's first LRT system to be constructed with ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC).
The innovative project, designed by Enzo Vicenzino of CPV Group Architects Ltd., is owned by the City of Calgary, managed by the Transportation Project Office (TPO), and constructed by general contractor, Walter Construction.
Since 1975, his Oklahoma based company has grown to include customers throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.