Tioga Pipe is thrilled to recognize the opening of the National Museum of Industrial
History on Tuesday, August 4th in Bethlehem, PA. The site is located at 511 E. Third
Street in South Bethlehem on the site of the former Bethlehem Steel Corporation
property. Many local dignitaries and hundreds of visitors came out for the ribbon
cutting ceremony. Tioga Pipe donated pipe to an exhibit at the museum. A special
congratulations goes out to Amy Hollander, President and CEO of the museum for her
commitment and vision to the project.
More information on the opening and the museum can be found at videos on the opening
The official museum site is located at nmih.org.
With headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and additional locations in Chattanooga, Tennessee and Houston, Texas, Tioga Pipe is a leading critical material solutions provider for large, complex new construction, upgrade and maintenance projects in the Global Power Generation, Nuclear Power Generation, Oil Refining, Gas & Chemical Processing and U.S. Military Shipbuilding industries.
Media contact: David Keiser