New Texas Office for BHGI

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Bristol Harbor Group, Inc. of Bristol, Rhode Island has opened a new field office in Houston, Texas. The new office, located at 4747 Bellaire Blvd., Bellaire, Texas, will allow Bristol Harbor to provide owner's representative and construction oversight services along the Gulf Coast more efficiently.

Bristol Harbor has been providing owner's representative and construction oversight services to clients for over ten years, and is focused on owner's representation, project and program management, acquisition support, consulting, and traditional marine surveying.

Bristol Harbor Group, Inc. will continue to offer full service naval architecture and marine engineering services out of the Rhode Island office, as has been done since 1993.

(www.bhgsouth.com)

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