CRC News

07.23.2018

What Does the Future Hold for CRC-Evans Offshore?

Paul Alexander, Managing Director, CRC-Evans® Offshore discusses the opportunities ahead for pipeline welding technology and how the pipeline market is being dominated by extensive shallow water pipeline installations.…

07.19.2018

CRC-Evans Offshore secured a Contract for Provision of Welding Services on the Dangote Project

In September 2017, CRC-Evans® Offshore secured a Contract for Provision of Welding Services on the Dangote Project, and I am pleased to announce that following the ongoing support provided by our Project Management Team on Phase I to date, we have now secured a secondary phase of the project with COOEC. This additional scope consists of 16km of…

06.21.2018

A Novel Pipe-Handling Method Proven to Prevent Pipe Drops

In this case study, learn how Troy Construction, an oil and gas pipeline construction contractor, completely eliminated pipe drops on the right-of-way by using DECKHAND® pipe-handling arms.…

04.25.2018

Preview CRC-Evans Apprentice Programs at the Apprentice Open Day

Apprentice Open Day will provide an overview of the CRC-Evans® Apprentice Programs for welders, technicians, and welding engineers. Learn how we work with apprentices to develop the necessary skills to succeed in the welding field. CRC-Evans' structured and comprehensive Apprentice Programs provide hands-on experience in technical…

08.06.2010

Subsea 7 and CRC-Evans Announce Global Technology Partnership Agreement

Subsea 7 Inc , one of the world’s leading subsea engineering and construction companies, announced today that it has entered into a global technology partnership agreement with CRC-Evans Pipeline International (CRC-Evans®) that will lead to both companies providing a range of enhanced pipeline fabrication services to the global offshore subsea…

07.30.2010

CRC-Evans Announces Acquisition by Stanley Black & Decker

Houston, TX - July 30, 2010 - CRC-Evans Pipeline International has announced that CRC-Evans® has been acquired by Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) for $445 million in cash. Stanley Black & Decker and CRC-Evans are complementary international companies. The acquisition should enhance CRC-Evans' global growth strategy…