Flowline Alaska, Inc. was founded in 1981, initially
providing services to the oil companies developing and
operating the oil fields in Alaska. Original operations
were focused on the insulation of steel pipe that was
destined for installation on the North Slope.
Since this time Flowline has diversified operations
to provide corrosion coatings, pipe spool fabrication,
double joint welding and module/skid fabrication to
our portfolio of services. Flowline Alaska is
a privately held, family owned and operated company.
Flowline Alaska’s philosophy is to provide the
highest quality products and services to support companies
developing the North Slope of Alaska.
Today, Flowline has four production facilities encompassing
over 62,000 square feet of enclosed production area.
We have 42 acres of land in Fairbanks offering substantial
area for both material handling and short or long term
staging. Flowline maintains two dedicated rail
spurs at our production site and are centrally located
to allow for expeditious receipt and delivery of materials
via truck and/or air freight. Pipe for large pipeline
projects is typically received via the rail/rail barge
Flowline Alaska is fully committed to the quality of
its products and services. Flowline maintains a Quality
Control laboratory that is the most comprehensive polyurethane
insulation testing laboratory in Alaska. Through the
application of data and findings from the Quality Assurance
Lab we have developed extensive quality control procedures
and test methods for evaluation of polyurethane insulation
and corrosion coatings. We are continually researching
new materials as well as application procedures and
processes, working with Owner Engineering companies
and suppliers to develop and maintain the best quality