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Engineering firm will venture overseas from new Strip offices
DOWNTOWN - For Kvaerner Metals, the name, the game and the address are no longer the same. But the engineering is.
The specialist in metals engineering, formerly known as Davy International, is focusing on overseas markets under its new ownership and is preparing to move from Downtown to the Strip District.
Kvaerner, which billed about $275 million locally last year, designs and produces mill and product line facilities for the metals industry.
The company has a lengthy local heritage. It began as Dravo Engineers and Constructors, and in 1988, added equipment sales to the business when it merged with Downtown-based Davy McKee Corp.
In 1992, Davy McKee was bought by London-based …