Anvil reached 8MM hours without a lost time injury. This milestone took over 9 years to reach and is Anvil’s greatest safety milestone to date.
Anvil completed a Refinery Wharf Improvements project for a California client. The project upgraded an existing wharf to bring it into compliance with the Marine Oil Terminal Engineering and Maintenance Standards (MOTEMS) in the California Building Code. This project installed a new Berth to replace the old wharf. It also included relocating and replacing some of the pipelines on the approach trestle to the new Berth.
Anvil purchased Redi Engineering Services and created Redi Anvil, headquartered in Lakewood, CO. Redi Anvil was formed to better support Upstream and Midstream clients in Denver and surrounding areas.
Anvil opened a branch in Lakewood, CO.
Anvil completed a Tier III Light Naphtha Hydrotreater project for a Washington refinery. Project included providing facilities necessary to allow a Pacific Northwest Refinery to reliably produce Tier III quality gasoline. This was an EPA compliance-driven project that reduced the amount of sulfur in gasoline production to less than 10 ppm. This project won the NWCCC 2018 Distinguished Project Award for Best Private Project Over $10MM and the Patrick K. Lyneis Memorial Safety Award.
Established the Doyon Anvil Joint Venture (JV) headquartered in Anchorage, AK. Doyon Anvil is a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and an Alaska Native-Owned Corporation.
Anvil successfully completed the Sulfur Recovery and Relief Reduction (STARR) and Sulfur Recovery and Tail Gas Unit (STG) projects for a Salt Lake Refinery. At the time, the client considered these projects to be in the top 25% of all of their capital projects worldwide. We executed these grassroots projects in parallel and proved our ability to execute large capital projects.
Anvil sold its Nondestructive Examination Department (NDE) business to MISTRAS Group.
Anvil became a 100% ESOP company.
Anvil began a long-term relationship with Bellingham Technical College to help develop and sponsor students in their 3D modeling and Piping Design programs. The Anvil Corporation Scholarship was established in 2011 supporting students in the Engineering Programs at the college. The Anvil Corporation Endowment became ‘fully realized’ in 2020 – hitting the $25,000 level. This scholarship will benefit students for many generations to come.