From Jamaica to the Gulf


By: Samantha Magee

After joining Danos as a blaster painter in July 2017, Merick Chambers has quickly proven to be a leader within the coatings group. He is now the lead foreman over all Shell Pipeline Coatings projects for Danos. While there is not a one size fits all path to a career in coatings, Merick’s route is rather unconventional...Read more Read More...

Field Employee of the Year Finalists


By: The Pipeline

This great group of leaders has truly encapsulated our High Performance Culture and has been recognized by many of their team members for living the Danos Purpose – Honor God. Develop great people to solve big challenges for our customers and communities. Read More...

Mark Hill Celebrates Thirty Years with Danos


By: Bounty Fontenot

Danos Production Operator Mark Hill is celebrating 30 years with Danos. What is even more remarkable is that he has gone all that time without a lost-time accident. Mark began his oil and gas career running cranes on land at the Amoco dock. He had no desire to go offshore, but eventually, his account manager asked Mark to help him out by going offshore to run a friction crane at ST 130 for Chevron. Mark agreed to go for a week and ended up staying offshore at that location for 8 years. Read More...

A Look Back at the Danos Summer Internship Program


By: Stephen Donovan

At the beginning of the summer, Eric Danos asked the interns what we expected to get out of this internship experience. I said that I would like to learn how to work in a professional environment and what the day-to-day work process looks like. Throughout these eight weeks, I’ve learned that and more. Read More...

Checking In With The Interns - Part Two of Two


By: Stephen Donovan

Last week marks the halfway point for the Summer Internship Program. So we checked in on the interns and this is what they had to say. Read More...

Checking In With The Interns - Part One of Two


By: Stephen Donovan

This week marks the halfway point for the Summer Internship Program. So we checked in on the interns and this is what they had to say. Read More...

Welcome David Cedro, Our New Vice President of Finance


By: Eric Danos

David Cedro has joined Danos in the role of VP of Finance and as a member of our Executive Team. David lives in Metairie with his wife Jennifer and two of their four sons. The two sons currently not living at home have taken up residence in Baton Rouge while attending LSU. Read More...

Frank Davis — The Yo-Yo King


By: David Gravois

Danos Construction Superintendent Frank Davis’ fascination with yo-yos began as a child and continues to grow each day. Among his many toys, you’ll find plenty tops and jacks, but yo-yos are his passion. He currently has an expanding collection of 500-plus yo-yos and has no plans on slowing down. I sat down with Frank, surrounded by his many yo-yos, to learn a bit more about his collection. Read More...

Cody's Crown Coach


By: David Gravois

Project Engineer Cody Romero is a vehicle enthusiast who has recently added a 1977 Crown SuperCoach bus to his collection. He chose the Crown SuperCoach because he wanted a durable legacy with a backbone. Plans are in motion to convert this classic coach into a recreational vehicle that includes 4 bunk beds and a stainless steel kitchen with the capability to haul 5 all-terrain vehicles. Read More...

Technically Speaking


By: Mark Theriot

Many technical questions within the production industry go unasked daily, leaving our workplace somewhat vulnerable. Danos aims to solve this dilemma with a simple solution — Read More...