CB&I (NYSE: CBI) Scores Gulf Pipe Contract with Dow

Brian Hicks

Written By Brian Hicks

Posted February 5, 2014

Texas-based infrastructure company CB&I announced on Wednesday that it has won a contract to provide pipe fabrication for the Dow Chemical Company’s U.S. Gulf Coast Investment Program. Dow’s program includes a new propylene and ethylene facility and four new polyethylene factories in Texas and Louisiana.

CB&I has not announced the approximate value of this contract.

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