Ribbon-cutting ceremony held at new Enbridge pump station
For Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD — Nearly 30 elected officials, emergency responders, and community leaders joined Enbridge Energy for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and facility tour of its new Marshfield South pump station on Aug. 10.
Scott Larson, executive director of the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry, led the ceremony and was joined by several Chamber ambassadors, including the Town of Richfield Chair Jim Good and Chamber Board President Frank Baltus.
Larson said, “Enbridge is a great partner with our organization in Marshfield, and we are proud of the commitment they make to our community. Enbridge is a good neighbor and an important contributor to local and regional economies.”
The ribbon cutting marks the construction completion of the Marshfield South pump station, one of 12 new or modified pump stations in Wisconsin along the Line 61 corridor. In total the project represented an investment of more than $635 million and created approximately 275 construction jobs.
More information about Enbridge pipelines can be found at enbridge.com/wisconsin.