From the earliest stages of the project all the way through completion, NEXUS is committed to treating every impacted landowner with honesty, integrity and fairness. We will work closely with every landowner to ensure that all activities – from route selection and construction to restoration and operation – will cause minimal impacts and disruption to their property and daily lives.
During the initial stages of the proposed project, each landowner with property located within a proposed study corridor will be contacted by a Right of Way Agent to request permission to survey the preliminary pipeline route for environmental, engineering and construction evaluations.
Because it is important to us that all landowners understand the proposed features of the pipeline and project, our Right of Way Agents will be available to meet with landowners on an individual basis to answer their questions and address concerns they may have.
Once surveys are complete and a final route has been determined, our Right of Way Agents will begin the process of negotiating easement agreements with each individual landowner to compensate them for the right to use a portion of their property to construct, operate and maintain the pipeline.