Galmorâ€™s Inc. originated in the summer of 1964 as a joint venture of Bobby Galmor and Red Davis when they decided to open an oilfield supply store in Shamrock, TX.Â They serviced the Texas Panhandle and Western Oklahoma areas with general oilfield supplies and artificial lift equipment. Â Bobby moved his family from Borger, TX to Shamrock to run the operation shortly thereafter.
In 1970 Bobbyâ€™s sons, Steve and Rudas, established G&G Trucking which began as a hay hauling service. In 1975 they converted their company to G&G Steam Services which specialized in steaming rods and tubing and heating oil.Â They began with humble beginnings, starting with a 1964 model International truck and a 1948 model boiler operated by Steve and Rudas.
Â In 1980 they expanded the operationÂ to includeÂ roustabout and backhoe services.Â In 1985 Steve and Rudas moved to Elk City, OK forming another operation alongside G&G SteamÂ Services calledÂ Galmorâ€™s Inc.Â They came to Elk City with 5 hands and 7 trucks. Â Times were hard at first because of the bust of the oil boom in the mid 1980â€™s. Their office had a shower and a couch, which would serve as their second home for the beginning years. Â Richard York, hired in 1985, was the last of the original hands brought to Elk City from Shamrock.Â HeÂ had over 30 years of experience in the oilfield.
Â In 2000 Steve opened another operation in Bridgeport, TX to service the Barnett Shale Activity. This allowed them to expand, getting into the trucking and dozer business.Â This operation moved to Montague, TX in 2008 under the supervision of Jason Garrett.
In 2006, the Pipeline side of Galmor’s was built.Â Our Pipeline Department offers many years of experience.Â Installing numerous lines for companies such as Atlas Pipeline, Kinder-Morgan, Conoco-Phillips, Panther Energy, Enbridge, XTO Energy, Chesapeake Energy, BP America, PXP, and Marion Energy.Â We specify in laying up to twenty-inch pipe.Â Levy Galmor is head of the pipeline department with James Wingo, Rudas Galmor, and Russell FreasÂ as supervisors.Â TheÂ four combined have overÂ 100 years experience.Â We offer an experienced pipeline crew.Â Our welders are certified and experienced in pipeline and station welding, new construction, station construction, and rehabilitation on pipelines.
We also specialize in fusing and installing poly pipe.Â We are one of the only contractors in Western Oklahoma that owns their own tracked fusion machines.Â We have the capability of welding pipe from one inch up to twenty inch.Â Our poly-crews are certified in butt fusion and electrofusion.Â Â We have the experience to get the job done fast and safe.Â
Our dirt work department offers many years of experience.Â Â Â We have built numerous locations for companies such as, Newfield, PXP, Laredo, Panther, Cimarex, and Conoco-Phillips.Â Although our main jobs are building locations and pushing out pits, we have the ability to do almost any dirt work.Â We do maintenance on roads, maintenance on locations, build house pads, and etc.Â With all of the experience we carry there is almost no job that we cannot do.Â Perry Duke is head of our dirt work department with Joel Rainey and Brett Montgomery as supervisors.Â We haveÂ eight dozers,Â four motor graders, andÂ six track hoes, but we have the means to get whatever is necessary to finish the job in a timely manner.Â
In mid 2011, Galmor’s opened the gates to it’s latest venture; A gypsum rock pit.Â It is located five miles north of Shamrock, TX.Â This type of rock is used in building locations and lease roads.Â
WeÂ never turn down any job.Â Galmorâ€™s has done it all from pouring curbs for the city and digging swimming pools for the residents of Elk City to building locations and commercial dirt work at Ft. Sill. No job is ever considered too small, too large, or not within their area of expertise.Â We have the necessary skills and experience to handle all kinds of oilfield construction, from the low pressure pumping wells of the Texas panhandle to the high-pressure gas wells of Western Oklahoma.Â Our experience in the oilfield paved the way forÂ our transition to the varied world of commercial and general construction.
Through the years every employee has pitched in to make Galmor’s what it is today.Â A family oriented business with a strong work ethic and loyalty.Â Everyone has joined together to make Galmor’s what it is today, a company with over 200 employees, 25 semi-trucks, and over 60 pieces of heavy equipment.