Consumers Energy is spending over $150 million dollars this year on upgrades for customers.
Holt, MI - You might see Consumers Energy crews across Mid-Michigan over the next couple of weeks.
The company is spending over $150 million dollars this year to update and expand its natural gas system across the state.
There are several projects planned across Mid-Michigan, including work in the Lansing area, Williamston and Webberville.
Crews will be on the streets in Holt for the next couple of weeks replacing and moving pipelines. Crews are upgrading underground gas pipelines for about 150 customers there.
The company is moving the lines before the city begins work on the sewer system.
This is part of a larger Consumers Energy project that calls for upgrades, improvements and the expanding of pipelines throughout Michigan.
Consumers Energy hired an additional 450 skilled workers to complete projects in Michigan.
They plan to be finished on the street above in Holt by July 4.