Warihay Enterprises, Inc.
Warihay Enterprises Inc. co-owner Rob Warihay doesn’t see natural gas as just a source of energy: He sees it as a vital part of America’s future. It’s one reason the Manheim, Pa.-based commercial landscaping provider is excited to see the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline expansion project.
This critical energy infrastructure project is one of the driving reasons his company has kept employees on through the normally slow cold months. Watch to see how Atlantic Sunrise is benefiting local companies such as this Lancaster County contractor throughout project regions.
Darrell Lehman Dump Truck Services
Working on Williams’ Atlantic Sunrise pipeline has allowed Darrel Lehman Dump Truck Services of Elizabethtown, Pa., to purchase new equipment and retain staff even during the traditionally slow winter months.
Overtime hours for employees and the purchase of two new flatbeds is a direct benefit to the business as a result of the Atlantic Sunrise Project.
Pump N Pantry
Williams’ Atlantic Sunrise pipeline has provided local Pa. business Pump N Pantry with increased economic opportunities, thanks to industry workers and the WillShop Local app.
The Pump N Pantry includes 15 stores with 280 employees, four of which are in the Atlantic Sunrise project area and all have experienced increased business as a result of Atlantic Sunrise construction activities.