​Project Status - Shreveport - Phase 68

3/23/2018


Construction is complete on Phase 68​

Crews from CenterPoint Energy have completed construction on the Phase 68 project. Construction took place in the areas listed below regarding natural gas mains, natural gas service lines, natural gas meters, and regulator stations. CenterPoint Energy wants to thank you for your patience during the construction process. 



10/31/2017

What is the progress of construction?

Crews from CenterPoint Energy are nearing completion in construction on the Phase 68 project in Shreveport. The work zone includes the area within the following streets: Southern Avenue, Line Avenue, Boulevard Street, Dalzell Street, Olive Street and Fairfield Avenue. Below are the construction details:

  • The crews have installed all the natural gas mains on the project.
  • The crews have connected all the natural gas service lines to the installed mains.
  • The crews have relocated the natural gas meters within the project’s area.
  • The ​crews are continuing to perform work on the regulator stations.
CenterPoint Energy wants to thank you for your patience during the construction process. ​




9/7/2017

Where are the crews now?

The crews have installed 90 percent of the natural gas mains on the project. In addition, the crews are connecting the natural gas service lines to the installed mains along Dalzell Street and Boulevard Street.​




9/7/2017

What is CenterPoint Energy doing for construction?

Crews from CenterPoint Energy began the Phase 68 project in Shreveport in summer 2017. The crews will be performing the following work:

  • The crews will be installing natural gas mains within the area of the following streets: Southern Avenue, Line Avenue, Boulevard Street, Dalzell Street, Olive Street and Fairfield Avenue.
  • The crews will be connecting natural gas service lines to the installed mains along the aforementioned streets.
  • The crews will be relocating natural gas meters within the project’s area.
  • The cr​ews will be performing work on regulator stations.

How may construction affect customers?

As part of this main project, the crews will also be replacing several natural gas service lines that connect from the main to the customer's property. Customers will experience a short disruption of gas service as the crews are installing the gas service line. 

Crews may have to dig in the ground on your property in the utility easement to complete the task of service and main distribution line replacement. If a customer’s property is disturbed, CenterPoint Energy will restore the hard and soft surfaces affected by construction at no cost to you.

How can I contact CenterPoint Energy?

For questions about the project, please call Bobby Morgan at 318-429-4235. CenterPoint Energy wants to thank you for your patience.