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Wire, Pipeline, and Fiber Optics Projects

License wire, pipeline, and fiber optics projects.

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Norfolk Southern offers fiber optic installation opportunities throughout its 22-state network and pipe and wire licensing options along 19,500 miles of rights of way.

Obtain wireline and pipeline licenses.

To assist utilities, municipalities, and others in obtaining a utility occupancy license for wireline and pipeline projects, Norfolk Southern (NS) has retained engineering service provider AECOM to receive the utility applications, review the plans, and handle the license agreements. To initiate the process the applicant must fully complete the application form provided in the link below. Applications which do not include all pertinent information will be rejected immediately. The completed application and a non-refundable application and processing fee are required for handling.

For full details on the application process, refer to the General Process and Handling document in the link below. Please send all applications and related correspondence to: 

AECOM
Attn: NS Pipe and Wire Administrator
1700 Market Street
16th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103

The following files should be used to prepare your application and develop your project:

General process and handling
Application Form
Specifications for Wireline Occupancy
Specifications for Pipeline Occupancy

PLEASE NO EMAIL APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS (HARDCOPY APPLICATION PACKAGES VIA MAIL ONLY)

Expedited Handling Procedure

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For additional information, please contact us at NSUtilities@aecom.com.

Install fiber optics along NS rights of way.

NS subsidiary T-Cubed, Thoroughbred Technology and Telecommunications, offers infrastructure along 19,500 miles of rights of way for telecommunications projects.

This includes fiber optics and wireless arrays installation on 375 existing microwave towers. With a 22-state network, T-Cubed can help you connect major metropolitan areas, regional centers, and small localities.

Contact T-Cubed for more information