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About Our Construction
Kennebec Valley Project
Thank you for your interest in our project — the construction and installation of natural gas pipelines across the Kennebec Valley and beyond. The work is part of our $460 million investment in the state of Maine to save residential, commercial and industrial customers on their heating costs, plus create more than 400 jobs in the region.
During this process, our goal is to help people plan ahead and learn about how our construction could impact your travel plans and commute. To help you avoid delays and inconveniences, below we have provided detailed maps and listed streets where we will be installing pipelines.
We apologize in advance that the following locations will likely experience construction activity starting this spring and throughout the year:
In order to help you plan ahead, we encourage you to look at the maps and lists of streets shown below.
If at any time you have suggestions or questions about our project we encourage you to contact us at CustomerService@SummitNaturalGasMaine.com or call us at our Augusta office at 855-910-4433.
We are excited to get to work and bring affordable natural gas to the Kennebec Valley.
Director of Business Development
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AUGUSTA Distribution Lines: Civic Center Drive: From Commerce Drive to Gay Walk Street • Commerce Drive • Industrial Drive • MarketPlace Drive (MarketPlace at Augusta) • Stephen King Drive • Anthony Ave. • Darin Ave. • University Drive • Community Drive • Townsend Road • Northern Ave. • Water Street • Western Ave. (Augusta Plaza, Shaw’s Plaza, Turnpike Mall) • Sewell Street: Winthrop Street to Hallowell line • Bangor Street: From Cony Circle to Route 3 • Stone Street • Hospital Street: Route 3 to State Complex • Route 17: From Hospital St. to Cony Road • Cony Road to Cony Street Extension • Cony Street Extension to Pierce Drive
AUGUSTA Transmission Line: Cony Road (beginning in the south) to Church Hill Road • Church Hill Road to intersection of Route 3 • Route 3 to West River Road
HALLOWELL Distribution Lines: Winthrop Street: Water St. to Oakwood Drive • Water Street
GARDINER Distribution Lines: Maine Avenue to Bridge Street • Bridge Street to Brunswick Ave. • Northern Ave.: From Maine Ave. to Mt. Vernon St. • Highland Ave: From Bridge St. to West Hill Road • Brunswick Ave: Water St. to Brunswick Terrace • Water Street: Brunswick Ave. to River Ave.
RANDOLPH Transmission Line: Route 27 to junction of Route 9 • Route 9 to Chelsea town line
CHELSEA Transmission Line: Route 9 to Hallowell Road • Hallowell Road to Cony Road • Cony Road to Augusta city line
PITTSTON Transmission Line: Moulton Road to Route 27 • Route 27 to Randolph town line
VASSALBORO Transmission Line: Route 201 to Winslow town line
FAIRFIELD Distribution Lines: Center Road • Western Ave. • High St., • Main Street
FAIRFIELD Transmission Line: Route 23 (Oakland Road) to Route 139 (Norridgewock Road) • Route 139 to Norridgewock town line • Route 139 to Middle Road • Middle Road to Skowhegan town line
WATERVILLE Distribution Lines: College Ave. • Main Street: Including Elm Plaza • Kennedy Memorial Drive: From Shaw's Plaza to Collette Street
WATERVILLE Transmission Line: Webb Road to Country Club Road • Country Club Road to Oakland town line
WINSLOW Transmission Line: Route 201 from Vassalboro town line to location north of Verti Drive
MADISON Distribution Lines: Maine Street: From Pine Street to Nichols Street • Madison Street: From Main St. to Garfield St. • Garfield St. • Park Street (Route 43): From Weston Ave. to River Road • River Road
MADISON Transmission Line: Route 139 to Kennebec Street • Kennebec Street to Pine Street • Pine Street to Main Street
NORRIDGEWOCK Transmission Line: Route 139 to Upper Main Street • Route 201A to Madison town line
SKOWHEGAN Transmission Line: Middle Road from Fairfield town line to Varney Road • Varney Road
Cumberland, Falmouth and Yarmouth Project
Summit Natural Gas of Maine is excited to begin construction and installation of natural gas pipelines in the communities of Cumberland, Falmouth and Yarmouth. The work in these towns is part of our $110 million investment in the area to save residential, commercial and industrial customers on their heating costs, in addition to creating hundreds of jobs in the region.
During the construction process, our goal is to help you plan ahead and learn about how our construction may impact you. To help you avoid any delays and inconveniences, we are providing you with the detailed maps and lists of impacted streets below.
We apologize in advance that the following locations will likely experience construction activity starting this spring and throughout the year.