Anvil COVID-19 Update: Anvil Virtual Operations

As a follow-up to my March 18, 2020 message, I want to update you on Anvil’s transition to remote execution. To ensure the safety and well-being of all Anvil employees and our community, we are accelerating our push to becoming a virtual engineering company.

As a follow-up to my March 18, 2020 message, I want to update you on Anvil’s transition to remote execution. To ensure the safety and well-being of all Anvil employees and our community, we are accelerating our push to becoming a virtual engineering company.

As of Monday, March 23rd Virtual Anvil is operational.

For years now, Anvil has shared work and projects among our branches. As a result, we have developed a robust set of tools, software, and work practices to allow the company to shift project work between remote offices and balance our resources. When one office has excess work, we realign our resources from other offices to maintain balance. We have now expanded our tools, work practices, and teleworking arrangements to allow all employees to work remotely if needed.

In so many ways, virtual Anvil will be very similar to our current operations. We have already worked together with many of our clients on SharePoint, Microsoft TEAMS, and other collaboration tools. We intend to continue to execute work, hold project meetings, give status reports, and otherwise continue with our project commitments on an uninterrupted basis.

We realize that during this disruption clients may have unique needs or questions they need answered quickly. Please reach out to us as we continue to be here and ready to support any client needs.

Anvil is here as we have always been, and I know that working together there is no problem we cannot overcome together.

Stay safe and healthy,

John Mahoney, Anvil President

Anvil Corporation Acquires Redi Engineering Services, LLC

Anvil Corporation has acquired the business of Redi Engineering Services, LLC of Denver and formed Redi Anvil, LLC, a subsidiary of Anvil.  This acquisition strengthens Redi Engineering’s experience providing Upstream and Midstream engineering and project management services with Anvil Corporation’s Oil & Gas experience.

August 1, 2018          

Bellingham, WA.  Anvil Corporation has acquired the business of Redi Engineering Services, LLC of Denver and formed Redi Anvil, LLC, a subsidiary of Anvil.  This acquisition strengthens Redi Engineering’s experience providing Upstream and Midstream engineering and project management services with Anvil Corporation’s Oil & Gas experience.

Anvil provides full service engineering, procurement, project management and consulting services to the Upstream, Midstream and Downstream markets. This includes a full suite of multi-discipline engineering and design, process safety/risk management, project management, procurement and construction support services.  According to Gordon Lindell, Anvil’s President, “The acquisition of Redi Engineering combines two companies with reputations for delivering on time cost effective solutions to oil & gas clients and we look forward to expanding those services in the Denver region.”

Together, Anvil and Redi have provided successful and quality engineering and project management services to the oil and gas industry for over 47 years. For more information about Anvil, please visit www.anvilcorp.com.

Redi Anvil’s Denver office offers clients a local, full service engineering and design company comprised of experienced Project Managers, Discipline Teams, and Supply Chain Managers, providing fit for purpose solutions – from conceptual studies through detail design.

Redi Anvil brings extensive basin experience in the Bakken, Uinta, Jonah, Pinedale Anticline, Niobrara, Permian, Eagle Ford, Hawkins, Madison, Delaware, and Stack & Scoop plays.  Their key services include supporting Upstream Oil and Gas Field Development, Midstream Centralized Facilities, Compression Facilities, Gas Treating and Processing of Sweet/ Sour Gas, and Acid Gas Injection.

Visit Redi Anvil’s new website at www.redianvil.com.

Redi Anvil