Black Creek K-9 Pipeline Leak Detection, LLC is a detection company based in Texas that utilizes canines to detect leaks within buried and above ground pipelines that transport oil, natural gas. and water. BCK-9 also provides detection services for narcotic, firearm, and explosive needs.
Being based in Texas enables BCK-9 Pipeline to respond quickly to meet and exceed any of our customers' requirements.The utilization of canines for detection services historically supersedes any science-based applications due to the sensitivity of a dog's nose.
Providing these services to clients enables BCK-9 Pipeline to be the BEST cost effective and MOST reliable means for detecting, locating, and resolving any detection services requested.
Black Creek K-9 Pipeline Leak Detection, LLC is owned and operated by Dwayne Farris.He is a former Marine Corps Staff Non-Commissioned Officer (SNCO); with nearly 20 years of Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) operations. Dwayne is known to be a man of integrity and he is committed to providing his customers with exemplary service. He is determined to provide honest customer service backed by the courage of doing the right thing resulting with the commitment of completing services to the highest standards.
Black Creek K-9 Pipeline Leak Detection, LLC is available to respond to all responses for detecting leaks and detection services for safety and security for clients needing to our services.
Black Creek K-9 Pipeline Leak Detection, LLC dispatches canine teams to the job site to detect and locate pipeline leaks. Our canines are trained to detect odorants allowing quick, efficient and accurate detection capabilities. Our precision process is tried and true. The approximate detection time will vary depending on the unique variables from job site to job site. BCK-9 Pipeline will formulate a precise course-of-action that is specific for each request. Once the odorant is detected by our canines revealing the precise leak location(s), our canines will give a positive response that is unique to our canines capabilities resulting in the least amount of down-time for the continuation of production.
Pipeline industrial environments require the best and most innovative means of detecting leaks quickly and safely with precision accuracy. We understand this and can accommodate any working environment to accomplish that goal by deploying K-9 teams to the job site to inspect for pipeline leaks. Our canines are trained to detect odorants allowing quick, efficient and accurate detection capabilities. Our precision process is tried and true. The approximate detection time will vary dependent on variables that are unique from job site to job site. BCK-9 Pipeline will formulate a precise course-of-action that is specific for each request. Our canines will give a positive response that is unique to our canines capabilities resulting in the least amount of down-time for the continuation of production.
We provide pipeline leak detection services for the detecting of leaks that have proved to be difficult, during scheduled inspections in conjunction with pressure testing, preventative maintenance inspections, new pipeline construction, residential areas and are available with emergency leak detection situations and custom client requests.
Scheduled canine pipeline leak detection inspections are the most accurate and economical way to locate any leaks in the pipeline, even if leaks are not known. Undetected pipeline leaks will become costly to a client when left unresolved, no matter how many small leaks are within pipeline: Negative company image can be a result, Substantial costs and clean-ups, Remediation costs, and Civil and Criminal fines. Call Dwayne for assistance in locating these leaks.
As Owner of Black Creek K-9 Pipeline Detection LLC, allow me to introduce myself. I was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado and a graduate of Eisenhower Senior High School located in Lawton, Oklahoma. At the age of 17, I enlisted in the United States Army Oklahoma National Guard as a Field Artilleryman specializing on the Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS). Upon graduating from Eisenhower Senior High School, I attended the University of Oklahoma and received a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology. I then attended the Oklahoma City Police Department Academy and was assigned to Will Rogers Division, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Then in May 2000, I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps as a Military Police Officer receiving assignment as a Military Working Dog handler. Upon my honorable completion of active duty, I continued as a reservist for the U.S. Marine Corps Military Police Detachment located in Wahpeton, North Dakota as a squad leader and was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant. I have served in multiple operational canine positions including: Explosives, Narcotics, Patrol, Tracking handler/Kennel Master/Program Management; Presidential Dignitary Protection details; Operation Golden Spear Nairobi, Kenya; Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom; Multi-Modal, Surface and Aviation Security organizations.
I was last employed by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) as the Regional Canine Coordinator for Region 5 based in Seattle, WA. as the field-based Supervisory Subject Matter Expert (SME) assigned regionally to oversee all National Explosive Detection Canine Training Program (NEDCTP) assigned canine teams. I have also served as a Regional Canine Training Instructor (RCTI) for the NEDCTP for the Pacific Northwest.
Prior to joining the TSA, I was the Master K-9 Trainer at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Washington, as the Multi-Purpose Canine (MPC) Trainer for a Special Operations unit. I have earned a Master of Arts-Management from University of Phoenix and Master of Arts-Management/Human Resource Management from American Public University.
I am married to my wife Leah and have 4 children; Haley, Brandon, Griffin and Rayna.
As you have read, I have a love and passion for the working dog community providing customer service in an array of global environments. I have been blessed to work alongside many wonderful men and women that have mentored me along my path with training and utilizing canines for public service. I continue to utilize my skill assets to provide a safer working and living environment to the public and welcome all opportunities to do so.