Celebrity Selects James P. Colie & Associates

Thursday, August 05, 1999
James P. Colie & Associates will take on the refurbishment of several public spaces on Celebrity Cruises' Zenith, during the vessel's drydock at the Virginia locale of Newport News Shipbuilding this coming October. The company, based in Hollywood, Fla., was chosen by Celebrity as turnkey contractor for the Zenith refit project managing all aspects including: structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, fabrication and interior outfitting details.

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