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Gulf Interstate Engineering Co., Houston, Texas

Main Office:

Gulf Interstate Engineering
Gulf Plaza
16010 Barkers Point Lane, Suite 600
Houston, TX 77079-9000 USA

Number of employees: 1400+

Additional Offices: Moscow, Russia; Calgary, Canada; Faridabad, India and Peru


Project Management
Field Services
Integrity Services
Construction Services
Materials Management


Gulf Interstate Engineering serves the worldwide pipeline industry, providing project management, engineering, procurement and construction management for hydrocarbon transportation systems from the wellhead to the export terminal. Our professionals are known for their extensive experience and are experts in engineering all aspects of oil and gas production facilities, transportation systems and storage facilities and have contributed to the success of some of the world’s most complex oil and gas projects, many with demanding environmental requirements in some of the harshest natural conditions. Since our formation in 1953, we have achieved a reputation for producing practical, cost-effective and unique solutions to difficult design problems, large and small.

Selected Projects:

Kern River Pipeline Facilities Compressor Station

Ryckman Creek Gas Storage Facility

Marsh Push Site near Beaumont, Texas


Written by Martin Perez

January 19, 2012 at 7:24 pm

Posted in Engineers

Mustang Engineering, Houston, Texas

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Tuxpan Compression Station

Romanes Pipeline

El Oro – Mazatlan Pipeline

Timimoun Field Development Project

Wafa Area

GR4 Compressor Station

Main Office
 » Houston, TX

 » Abu Dhabi
 » Angola
 » Kuala Lumpur
 » London 
 » Mumbai
 » Saudi Arabia

Oil and Gas General Contractor
Pipeline and Plant Construction
Operation and Maintenance
Engineering Constructability Procurement

Number of employees:

Founded by Paul Redmon, Bill Higgs, and Felix Covington in 1987. Started as a technical assistance company to serve oil and gas companies based in the Netherlands. Mustang Engineering has evolved as a global leader in the delivery of energy and industrial projects with presence is over 15 countries worldwide.

Written by Martin Perez

January 19, 2012 at 7:04 pm

Posted in Engineers

Eric Owen Moss

Eric Owen Moss Architects
8557 Higuera Street
Culver City, CA 90232
phone: (310) 839-1199
fax: (310) 839-7922
He received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1965. Moss continued his education, earning his Masters of Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley, College of Environmental Design in 1968 and a second Masters of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 1972.  (1)
Architectural Specialties:
University facilities, office buildings, corporate headquarters, cultural institutions, theaters, galleries and exhibition spaces, restaurants, urban fabric and public space. (2)


Eric Owen Moss was born in Los Angeles, California; he later went on to receive his Bachelor of Arts there in 1965. Moss continued his education and  received his second masters in 1972. For over 30 years he has worked on many building and has changed the face of architecture as we know it. His designs are innovated and complex. Many of the structures consist of abstract shapes that uses glass to transform the building into something like no other. The structures are  definitely different from the usually rectangular building that people usually see, his building have a curve to them. It is almost as if his building come to life because they just have such a fluid motion to them. Eric Moss has gotten many awards based for his innovation works. Working with colleges, theaters, galleries and much more; we will continue to see more and more of the firms work in the future.

The Spa

Queens Museum of Art

Mariinsky Cultural Center, New Mariinsky Theater

Conjunctive Points Theater Complex

Samitaur Tower


(1) http://www.ericowenmoss.com/index.php?/people/bio/eric_owen_moss_faia

(2) http://www.ericowenmoss.com

Written by Martin Perez

August 31, 2011 at 5:54 am

Posted in Architects