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Marine Contractors Begins
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Marine Contractors, Inc., a sub- sidiary of J. Ray McDermott &
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Hudson Engineering Corporation of Houston, Texas, will perform the design, engineering and pro- curement of materials. The two 8-pile and one 6-pile jackets will be fabricated by the McDermott
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The Bayou Black Division, also located near Morgan City, and the Harvey Fabrication Division at Harvey, La., will fabricate and complete the process decks and facilities. Marine Contractors will install the three platforms off the
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