On Tuesday, Oct. 14, Coldspring-Oakhurst Consolidated Independent School District Superintendent Jerry Gibson and Asst. Superintendent Dr. Byron Terrier visited TenarisConroe to tour the facility and discuss future plans for a partnership with Tenaris and Coldspring-Oakhurst High School.
“We met for the second time on Tuesday and are looking forward to a third meeting that will hopefully result in a partnership between Tenaris and the Coldspring-Oakhurst High School Career & Technology Education Department,” said Gibson. “We are excited about the possibilities.”
Tenaris is a worldwide leader in the manufacture and supply of steel pipe and related materials for the energy industry. With more than 40 commercial offices worldwide, Tenaris consists of a network of tubular productions units and threading facilities in more than 16 countries and four research and development centers in Argentina, Mexico, Italy and Japan.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the manufacturing company thanked Gibson and Terrier for stopping by the facility and expressed enthusiasm for the project.
“We’re partnering with them to design courses focused on manufacturing sciences, in hopes of preparing students to work with us after they finish high school,” said TenarisConroe in the statement.