Congratulations to the Lamberts on their new home

The Lambert family and some of the volunteers who helped build their new home. Photo courtesy Habitat for Humanity of Stark & Carroll Counties.

The Lambert family and some of the volunteers who helped build their new home. Photo courtesy Habitat for Humanity of Stark & Carroll Counties.

Recently, Williams employees from the Canton, Ohio office were on hand to hand over the keys to a home built for a family in the community, in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity of Stark and Carroll counties.

Our dedicated employees spent the last several months working to build an energy efficient home, side by side with its partner family- the Lamberts – and other community volunteers.

In addition to a corporate contribution, more than 62 Williams employees donated time to Habitat for Humanity of Stark and Carroll Counties, equaling more than 363 volunteer hours.

Community giving is part of our company’s culture, and we were honored to hand the keys to a beautiful new home to the Lambert family.

Our award-winning Woodbridge Lateral project in New Jersey

The New Jersey Alliance for Action recently presented Williams with its New Jersey Leading Infrastructure Project award for our Woodbridge Lateral pipeline project in Woodbridge Township, N.J.

The Woodbridge project is an expansion to Williams’ Transco pipeline system. It will deliver natural gas to the Woodbridge Energy Center, which will ultimately generate enough energy to power more than 700,000 homes.

The New Jersey Alliance for Action’s award highlights innovative, pioneering and landmark construction initiatives that greatly impact the state’s economy. We were nominated by electric power provider CPV.

We are greatly honored to have won this year’s award. We’re looking forward to continued work with CPV and the new power generation plant to help keep New Jersey homes warm.

Williams’ pipeline expansion to help power nearly 400,000 homes in Maryland

Williams' Rock Springs pipeline expansion will connect to the proposed Wildcat Point Generation Facility in Cecil County, Md.

Williams’ Rock Springs pipeline expansion will connect to the proposed Wildcat Point Generation Facility in Cecil County, Md.

We received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to construct an 11-mile pipeline lateral expansion to our Transco pipeline system. This expansion will provide natural gas to a planned electric power generating facility in Cecil County, Md.

The Rock Springs expansion project will provide natural gas to Old Dominion Electric Cooperative’s planned Wildcat Point Generation Facility. The new facility is expected to generate approximately 1,000 megawatts, enough to power 390,000 homes in the region.

Read the full press release online.