Tim Anderson, a welder with Hewitt Power and Communication of Leesburg, Fla., runs a bead on a section of the 3,000 feet of 6-inch steel pipe being installed on St. Helena Island. Project manager Eddie McDonald said the pipe will be used to bury power and telecommunication lines.
Tim Anderson, a welder with Hewitt Power and Communication of Leesburg, Fla., runs a bead on a section of the 3,000 feet of 6-inch steel pipe being installed on St. Helena Island. Project manager Eddie McDonald said the pipe will be used to bury power and telecommunication lines. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Tim Anderson, a welder with Hewitt Power and Communication of Leesburg, Fla., runs a bead on a section of the 3,000 feet of 6-inch steel pipe being installed on St. Helena Island. Project manager Eddie McDonald said the pipe will be used to bury power and telecommunication lines. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

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