Keystone Engineering Inc

Keystone Engineering Inc. opened for business on July 26, 1988. The Company was formed by Ed Genois, P.E. and Rudy Hall, P.E. for the purpose of providing quality project management, engineering, drafting and procurement services to the oil and gas industry, refineries, chemical plants, and bulk handling facilities.

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