Colonial Pipeline completes safety program

Aucoin, Mary P.
April 1998
Underground Construction;Apr98, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that representatives from L.E. Bell Construction, Bradford Brothers Inc., International Radiography and Inspection Service and Colonial Pipeline Co. held a ceremony in Kannapolis, North Carolina, to celebrate the completion of a major pipeline safety program. Total worth of the safety program; Phases of the project.


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