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Minnesota-based crane, tool company expands to Pennsylvania

By Bob Downing Published: September 9, 2013

From the PR News Wire:

GRANITE FALLS, Minn., Sept. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Fagen, Inc. today announced the completion of all details and agreements to take possession of a multi-acre site in Houston, PA to provide equipment storage, tool storage and materials management for current and future projects in the build out of the Utica / Appalachian Basin and Marcellus fields.

The new location at 151 S. Johnson Road, Houston, PA just off Interstate 79 provides Fagen, Inc. with a central point to serve projects in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Portions of Fagen, Inc. crane fleet and tool resources are being mobilized this week and will be available within the month once final site preparation is completed.

Fagen, Inc. recognizes the requirements of today's oil and gas clients to have the right people and equipment available to execute projects as promised and contracted. Today's announcement is the first major step in demonstrating to our clients and the industry that Fagen, Inc. intends to become a major contractor in the midstream oil and gas marketplace.

Fagen, Inc. is no stranger to responding to client needs and project requirements. Since the late 1990s, Fagen, Inc. has responded to and eventually dominated the ethanol market boom, becoming the premiere contractor for EPC construction work. With strong technical capabilities, craft resources and the financial strength to support a multi project sustained program of work in the geographic area, Fagen, Inc. looks to become a strong partner for companies operating in the area for gas gathering systems, cryogenic NGL recovery, fractionation , storage and terminals.

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