Welding is Literally Brian Laing’s Middle Name

September 2017, Vol. 244, No. 9

By Jeff Share, Editor

It’s been exactly 35 years since Brian Laing began work at CRC-Evans, a global leader in pipeline construction technologies, equipment and services. Since that time he has overseen the company’s growth into managing subsea services, field joint coating, weighting systems and non-destructive testing for onshore and offshore project. Laing has helped develop and market new technologies such as automatic welding which has helped revolutionize pipeline construction. He has also been involved in significant merger and acquisition activities, such as the sale of CRC-Evans to Stanley Black & Decker in 2010 and the representation in 2014…

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