Some pipeline right-of-way jobs include right-of-way agents, appraisers and land agents. Right-of-way companies operate like any other company, so they also have managers and directors. The most common job is the right-of-way agent who specializes in pipeline integrity.
Right-of-way jobs involve tasks such as right-of-way acquisition, permitting, appraisal assistance, route studies and estimates, and construction coordination. These services help inspectors and engineers implement the data for dig sheets effectively. Right-of-way jobs are usually ongoing to ensure safety and efficiency in the operation of pipeline companies. Typically, the jobs involve providing clearance for the pipelines by eliminating obstructions and adhering to local laws.