Instrumentation and Control Buildings

Valtronics® Solutions offers a wide range of instrumentation and control buildings for field use in the natural gas transmission, natural gas processing, and natural gas liquid markets.  These buildings are constructed from non-combustible materials within a heavy-gauge steel framework to meet the design load and sizes required for specific applications. Valtronics can provide a solution from the simplest metering station to the most complex facility with multiple and varied analyzers and metering systems for custody transfer.

Headquartered in Ravenswood, WV is the home of dedicated construction and electrical crews specializing in industrial building design and fabrication.  The facility provides ample workspace for factory trained crews to build and wire each custom designed building, install the necessary mechanical, electrical, and analytical equipment, and host a full Factory Acceptance Test on each building.  This means your buildings are designed, built, and tested in the United States from start to finish.  Valtronics Solutions also provides a wide range of project management with dedicated leaders to accommodate customer requirements.

  • Meter buildings
  • Galvanized Steel Meter Shelters
  • Analyzer buildings
    • Gas chromatography (BTU analyzers)
    • Moisture analyzers
    • H2S analyzers
    • Total sulfur analyzers
    • Hydrocarbon dew point analyzers
    • Mercury analyzers
  • Pipeline monitoring stations
  • Compressor control buildings
  • Telemetry stations
  • Odorant injection buildings
  • Measurement & Regulation buildings
  • RTU Buildings
  • Auxiliary buildings
  • Glycol pump injection buildings
  • Storage buildings

State Certification Requirements for Pre-erected Buildings

Knowing your state’s certification requirements helps streamline the building process to ensure important project deadlines are met. In addition to state requirements, your company may wish to inspect the project progress as it advances through each stage.  Progression inspections should be outlined early in the design phases in order to match your project needs.

States that Require Certification

*indicates Valtronics registered (updated February 2018)
  • *Alabama
  • *Arizona
  • California
  • *Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • *Florida
  • *Georgia
  • *Idaho
  • *Indiana
  • *Iowa
  • *Kentucky
  • *Louisiana
  • *Maryland
  • *Massachusetts
  • *Michigan
  • *Minnesota
  • *Missouri
  • Montana
  • *Nevada
  • *New Hampshire (pending)
  • *New Jersey
  • *New Mexico
  • *New York
  • *North Carolina
  • *North Dakota
  • *Ohio
  • *Oregon
  • *Rhode Island
  • *South Carolina
  • *Tennessee
  • *Texas – (registration number IHM-372)
  • *Virginia

States that Do Not Require Certification:

  • Alaska
  • Arkansas
  • Delaware
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Kansas
  • Maine
  • Mississippi
  • *Oklahoma
  • *South Dakota
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Washington, D.C. (requires special inspection and/or submission requirements)
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

Legislative Approval Pending:

  • Nebraska
  • Pennsylvania
  • Washington

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