Call 800-266-4870 for help negotiating the pipeline easement crossing your Texas land. In this video, Landowner Attorney Philip Hundl describes a Matterhorn Pipeline road crossing under construction in Lee County. Philip can meet with you in person, online or by phone.
This is a description of what a pipeline road crossing looks like in Lee County, Texas. The video shows a crossing on FM 636, specifically for the Matterhorn pipeline. On either side of the road, there are crew cars belonging to the contractor, Troy Construction.
High lines have been set up to ensure that the equipment does not accidentally hit any power lines. Instead of open cutting, they are opting to bore underneath the road.
This video provides us with a glimpse of the construction process for a road crossing on the Matterhorn pipeline in Lee County. It is worth noting that there are already numerous pipelines on this property, and the work has already begun.
You need the help of an experienced condemnation lawyer to negotiate the terms of a pipeline easement across your property. Issues like the locations of access roads, the location of the easement, double ditching and the removal of construction debris should be resolved before you sign an easement agreement.
Call 800-266-4870 or text 979-320-9320 to schedule a meeting with Philip Hundl. You can meet in person, online or by phone. Our office is located in Wharton County, in El Campo.