From Safety to Project Manager


By: Mark Danos

Effective May 17, Andrew Rodrigue will move from his role as construction safety specialist to construction project manager supporting the Stampede project. Given the complexity of the project and the many people and companies involved, Andrew will be the home office focal point to ensure the project team has what they need when they need it to be successful in the field.

The Stampede facility is currently on its way from the integration facility to the offshore hook-up location with our team poised to mobilize for the offshore campaign. This is an exciting project for Danos to be involved in and one that our project team has done an outstanding job over the last 8 months planning for success. Please support Andrew in his new role as I am confident that his energy, enthusiasm, and drive will help ensure the success of the project.


Mark Danos

Mark began his career at Danos in the Larose fabrication shop as a blaster / helper during his high school summers. After a long hiatus from Danos involving a stint at LSU to get his mechanical engineering degree, a year of mission work in Kenya, and 10 years with ExxonMobil doing project work around the world, Mark returned in 2013. Mark is an owner and executive responsible for project services.


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