Weld County, Colorado
The Wake Oil and Gas Complex consists of three individual oil and gas pads – Wake North, Wake East, and Wake South. This complex has a total of 54 wells, 35 acres of disturbance, and 13 acres of permanent area, covering over 100 miles of directional wellbores throughout Weld County, CO.
At an estimated cost of over $300M, it is one of the largest oil and gas projects Lamp Rynearson professionals have been a part of. Our engineers designed the pad layouts, grading, and drainage – while navigating a floodplain and keeping essential equipment above the base flood elevation. Additionally, the design of access roads and utility corridors were created to connect the three pads throughout the site.
Along with engineering services, our Survey Group provided topographic and boundary surveys, platting and entitlement work, construction staking, as-built surveys, and drone photogrammetry.