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May 20, 2019

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May 20, 2019

(Photo Credit: Gulf Coast Safety Council)

At the Gulf Coast Safety Council’s 19th Annual Contractor’s Safety Excellence Awards Banquet, Keystone was recognized by PBF Energy Chalmette Refinery for outstanding safety performance in 2018. This prestigious designation is awarded to the chosen contractor in each service category who most excelled in safety during the prior calendar year. 

Additionally, Keystone received Injury Free Awards for three client sites (Valero St. Charles Refinery, Valero...

November 13, 2018

Check out the Fall '18 edition of Alliance Magazine, published by the Louisiana Chemical Industry Alliance. Keystone is featured as a Spotlight Member.

 

Alliance Magazine Fall 2018 Issue

Link to original article, posted on 10/15/2018

Deepwater Wind recently carried out drone inspections at its Block Island Wind Farm, the U.S.’ first operating offshore wind facility.

The unmanned aircraft system (UAS) used for the inspection of the five wind platforms off Block Island, R.I., was developed by ULC Robotics, which used a marine vessel for takeoff and landing.

The aircraft was outfitted with a high-resolution DSLR camera to capture detailed imagery of the turbines’ support structure and welds...

Link to original article posted on 10/9/2018.

(Photo Credit: REIS Associates)

Keystone Engineering has more than doubled the size of its Houston office in the Energy Corridor.

The Louisiana-based company has renewed and expanded its lease to 12,300 square feet at 11999 Katy Freeway, REIS Associates announced.

Gary Loh and Leslie Nystrom of REIS Associates represented the landlord, Cotter Katy Freeway Building LP, in the renewal and expansion.

"Keystone's growth in this market has really taken off," Keyston...

June 20, 2018

On June 23 at Slidell Junior High School, kids of all ages will be able to learn firsthand about those things and more at Northshore STEM Fest.

Geared for students from kindergarten all the way to 12th grade, as well as their accompanying family or guardians, STEM Fest is a fun and family-friendly way to learn about science, technology, engineering and math with hands-on projects, information on alternative energy sources, food science, math games and more.

STEM Fest events will be held from 9 a.m. unti...

This post contains excerpts from this original article published by the Advocate.

Ever wanted to know how to make a rocket? Ever wondered what makes an engine go?

On June 9 at William Pitcher Junior High School in Covington, and again June 23 at Slidell Junior High School, kids of all ages will be able to learn firsthand about those things and more at Northshore STEM Fest.

Geared for students from kindergarten all the way to 12th grade, as well as their accompanying family or guardians, STEM Fest is a fu...