Marine Concrete Structures Relocates Headquarters

Marine Concrete Structures, Inc., has moved its corporate headquarters to 2030 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, La., Don Payne, president, announced. All administrative, accounting, engineering, purchasing and sales offices are housed in this facility.

The move to its new two-story building was due to the rapidly expanding volume of business generated by the offshore oil industry.

"By having all our key people in one easily accessible central location, we will be able to meet with our customers more readily and render a faster service to satisfy their needs," Mr.

Payne said.

The company will maintain a field office at its Metairie, La., plant, which continues to produce concrete piling, Span-Deck concrete planking, and other related products for the commercial and construction industries.

Marine Concrete Structures also has a 76-acre facility at Port Bienville, Miss., for constructing concrete gravity structures of all types used in the production of oil in the Gulf Coast area, and a complete shipyard for building and handling barge/boat repair

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 26,  Aug 1978

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