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LCS Constructors, Inc. Completes First Major Phase of Abraxis BioScience Project
Date:4/29/2010

d. These seismic models were a key element for understanding the purpose and the workings for this project.

"This has been a fantastic client and job to work on," stated Koons. And, although the team faced several unique challenges that accompanied these seismic upgrades, they were resourceful and that, combined with patience, planning and strategy, led to the successful completion of the first major phase of this project.

The relocation of Abraxis' research and development group from Marina Del Rey to Costa Mesa will provide the company more space to grow their operations. LCS was proud to renovate the new facility which will provide the technology necessary to propel Abraxis closer to their goals of finding new treatments for cancer and other pathological disorders.


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