QCI Wins Contract

Wednesday, May 25, 2005
QCI Marine Offshore LLC, a Joiner/Electrical company, has been awarded the accommodations and electrical work on Noble Drilling’s Clyde Boudreaux semisubmersible drilling rig.

The work scope consists of four levels of new construction for 200 POB. The project will consist of complete outfitting and providing all support services. The project will be executed at Signal International’s shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi.

QCI Marine Offshore has offices in Houston, Texas, Pascagoula/Vancleave, Mississippi and Macae, Brazil. To better service their customers, QCI just recently expanded its’ Electrical/Electronics & HVAC capabilities.

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