Building New Pipelines
Paulding and Douglas Counties
(Paulding County Main Project)
The Paulding County Main Project involves the installation of slightly less than six miles of steel distribution pipe. The pipeline begins at an interstate supply point near High Point Road in Douglas County and runs north and east where it will connect to our existing system near the intersection of Ridge Road and Dallas Nebo Road. Surveying and other pre-construction activities are currently underway. Pipeline construction is expected to begin in 2019. Residents directly affected by the construction work will be notified prior to the work in their area.
Need more information?
Paulding County Main FAQ (link)
Contact us at 404.584.3145 or Pauldingtap@southernco.com
Forsyth, Dawson, Lumpkin, Hall Counties
(Cumming to Hall County Pipeline Project)
The Cumming to Hall County Pipeline Project involves the installation of 29 miles of transmission pipeline. The pipeline corridor begins near an Atlanta Gas Light facility at Spot Road north of Cumming. It then continues north into Dawson County before turning east into Lumpkin and Hall Counties where it ends in the Thompson Bridge Road area south of Murrayville. Surveying and other pre-construction activities are currently underway. Construction is expected to begin in 2020. Residents directly affected by the construction work will be notified prior to the work in their area.
Need more information?
Cumming to Hall County FAQ (link)
Contact us at 404.584.3186 or Cummingtohall@southernco.com
Butts and Henry Counties
(Central Region Pipeline – Jackson Station to McDonough)
The Central Region Pipeline – Jackson Station to McDonough went into service in late 2018. The line begins at an existing regulator station near King Mill Road south of McDonough and continues for approximately 12 miles south and east along GA Highway where it connects to the existing system near Bunch Road north of Jackson.
(Cumming Lateral Pipeline)
The Cumming Lateral pipeline went into service in Fall 2017. The line begins on Atlanta Highway (Highway 9) just north of the intersection with Bethelview Road and continues for 11 miles north through the City of Cumming to the intersection of Highway 9 and Spot Road where it connects to our existing system.
North Gwinnett and Hall Counties
(Suwanee to Friendship Pipeline)
The Suwanee to Friendship pipeline went into service in early 2018. The line begins around Peavy Trail (just south of Buford Highway) in north Gwinnett County and then continues east for approximately 12 miles to the intersection of Thompson Mill Road and Spout Springs Road in south Hall County where it connects to our existing system.
Cobb and Paulding Counties
(Northwest Georgia Expansion Pipeline)
The Northwest Georgia Expansion pipeline went into service in early 2018. The line begins in Paulding County in the vicinity of Lucas Road near the Bartow/Paulding county line. It continues cross-country in a generally southeastern direction through Paulding and Cobb Counties for approximately 10 miles to an existing regulator station off Mars Hill Road west of Kennesaw.