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Logo Color Usage

The CB&I logo is meant to graphically identify with the company and its industry.The logo design plays off the “C” in Chicago, the intersecting lines are meant to convey the feeling of iron and bridgework.The feel of the lines is directly related to the structures CB&I produces. The logo is designed as a two color piece, black and Pantone 112C. For the logo, color is used sparingly in order to attract attention to the logo, this makes it more appealing to the eye. Overall the logo is meant to convey a feeling of strength and poise. It is meant to reflect the concepts of the Chicago Bridge and Iron company. Besides color, there is a version for black and white material. In place of color, 50% gray is used.

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Logo Type Usage

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Corporate Standards Manual Tools: InDesign

Color

The colors used for the corporate identity of CB&I is Pantone Matching System 112 and Black. PMS 112 is only to be used on certain pieces of the logo, as seen to the left.

Color: PMS Black Color: PMS 112 4-Color Process Conversion C: 26 M: 32 Y: 86 K: 13

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Emily Dunn Art Director

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1501 North Division Street Plainfield, Illinois 60544-8984 Phone: 815.439.3123 Fax: 815.439.6297 Email: emilydunn@chicagobridge.com Website: www.chicagobridge.com

Business Card Size: 3.5” x 2” Paper: Superfun Wht Color: PMS 112 & Black Name: Gill Sans Bold, 10pt Title: Gill Sans, 10pt Business Info: Gill Sans, 8pt

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Business Envelope In following with the set standard, specifications are provided below. Standard #10 Envelope Size: 9.5” x 4.125” Paper: Superfn Wht Color: PMS 112 & Black Business Address: Gill Sans, 8pt

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Corporate Standards Manual Tools: InDesign

Publications

Product Brochure

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Having a standard for publications is a necessity for CB&I due to the numerous products the company has to offer. Product brochures are to be set up in accordance with the grid provided as well as the look and feel of the identity. CHICAGO BRIDGE & IRON

SITE ASSEMBLED PROCESS VESSELS Industrial Process Vessels

Vessels for all plants Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Specializes in th design fabrication and site assembly of process vessels for many types of industrial applications around the globe.

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Valero Selects CB&I For Clean Fuels Project THE WOODLANDS,Texas -- Oct. 2, 2002 -- Valero Energy Corporation (NYSE:VLO) announced today that it has selected Chicago Bridge & Iron Company N.V. (NYSE: CBI), through its subsidiary Howe-Baker International, to design and build a 53,000 barrel per day (BPD) Gasoline Desulfurization Unit at Valero's 240,000 BPD refinery in Texas City,Texas. Headquartered in San Antonio,Texas, Valero is one of the nation’s largest independent refining and marketing companies. CB&I's subsidiary Howe-Baker offers comprehensive engineering, procurement and construction services to customers in the refining, petrochemical and natural gas industries. Howe-Baker is executing the project on a lump-sum turnkey basis, including engineering, modular fabrication and construction.The project has a value to CB&I of more than US$60 million. Mechanical completion is expected in late 2003. The new unit will use Catalytic Distillation Technologies' CDHydro® and CDHDS® while retaining most of the octane and volume.The process results in a cleaner-burning fuel. The CDHydro® and CDHDS® technologies use distillation with reaction to produce low-sulfur transportation fuels at lower costs than more conventional approaches. Gerald M. Glenn, CB&I's Chairman, President and CEO, stated, "We are pleased to continue our association with Valero as a key provider to their cleanfuels program.We believe the combination of CB&I and Howe-Baker offers a comprehensive slate of technology and resources to meet the process and storage needs of refiners across North America and around the world." Meagan Threlkeld

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CB&I Awarded Turnkey Contract THE WOODLANDS,Texas -- Nov. 18, 2002 -- Chicago Bridge & Iron Company N.V. (NYSE: CBI) has been awarded a contract by Shanghai Ethylene Cracker Complex (SECCO) to design and construct a low temperature liquids storage facility in the world-scale Ethylene Complex to be located at the Shanghai Chemical Industrial Park in Caojing, Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China.The project is valued in excess of US$40 million. Laser The award, which CB&I won in a competitive bidding Interferometer process with international contractors, will be the Company's Gravitational Wave largest project in China. It is the first major project in China Observatory where CB&I has engineering, procurement and construction Location: (EPC) responsibility. CB&I recently opened a representative Livingston, Louisana office in Shanghai to support the contract and to pursue addi- Hanford,Washington Owner: tional business opportunities in China's rapidly emerging Caltech/MIT/National hydrocarbon market. Science Foundation Gerald M. Glenn, CB&I's Chairman, President and CEO, Industry: Government stated, "We are pleased that SECCO selected CB&I to provide Product: Vacuum Systems Highlights: critical path components for this high-visibility project to Produced 60 miles of spiral expand China's petrochemicals industry.This award builds on weld without a single leak our solid record of excellence and will establish an experience when tested to a base for CB&I to pursue more of the many project opportuni- helium sensitivity Aligned 1.25 mile modules ties we see developing in China." to a target the size of CB&I is a global specialty engineering and construction a nickel company offering a complete package of design. Our products include hydrocarbon processing plants, LNG terminals and peak shaving plants, bulk liquid terminals, water storage and treatment facilities, and other steel structures and their associated systems.

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CB&I's Water Group is dedicated to serving the industry and is involved in the design and construction of water storage tanks, as well as innovations for water and wastewater treatment under the CBI Walker brand name.

For over 70 years CB&I has been a leading designer, fabricator and constructor of major components for all types of power plants.Traditionally these components have included flat bottom tanks for storage of fuel oil, water and demineralized water; as well as stacks, stack liners and absorber towers. We have also had a long history of building special structures such as penstocks, bifurcations and scroll casings for hydroelectric facilities and steel containment structures for nuclear reactor vessels. As the power industry evolves to more dependence on natural gas as an energy source, we have also continued to enhance our breadth of services to the industry.We have now developed expertise in component construction and facility construction management for single cycle and combined cycle plants.These components include erection and construction of heat recovery steam generators (HRSG), gas and steam turbines, mechanical piping, and other elements of the plant. Josh Michaels

CB&I has been building water storage tanks since 1894 and continues its history of innovation today. The company pioneered the transition to welded steel tanks in the 1930s, developed the original Watersphere® tank in 1939 and the larger Waterspheroid® tank in 1954. CB&I offers another popular elevated tank style the Hydropillar™, introduced in 1962. Since then, more than 900 Hydropillars have been designed and built around the world. Ben Holmgren

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Having a standard for CB&I is a necessity due to the numerous products the company has to offer. In order to inform customers, employees and the general public a monthly newsletter is an option.This format has the look that follows the brochures and is a mailer too. Grid: 3 columns Margin: 3p Size: 8.5” x 11” 2-Sided, 1 Page Paper: Superfn Wht Color: PMS 112 & Black Title: Gill Sans, 170pt Headlines: Avant Garde, 24pt Body Copy: Gill Sans, 10pt Sidebars: Gill Sans Bold, 9pt

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GROW YOUR OWN GARDEN

VEGETABLES IN SEASON

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Tips & tricks from experts Slow cooking may be key to health

Faster, high-heat methods linked to heart disease, diabetes

Karen Collins

What you should be eating

WASHINGTON,Nov.11 —

It may not be what you eat, but how you cook it, that affects whether food causes heart disease, diabetes and other conditions, researchers in the United States reported on Monday. A new study shows that cooking at high temperatures — frying, grilling and even microwaving — creates compounds that are associated with disease when they are found in the human body. The culprits are called advanced glycation end products or AGEs.

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FOODS COOKED by low-temperature methods such as boiling and steaming do not contain as many of these compounds, the team at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NewYork found. While the findings do not discount the benefits of a healthy diet low in fat and sugar, they may help explain why some people who stick to such a diet continue to suffer from heart disease and diabetes, Dr. HelenVlassara, who led the study, said in a telephone interview. The culprits are called advanced glycation end products or AGEs for short.They are made by the interactions of sugars, fats, and proteins and form quickly when food is cooked at high temperatures. “These are substances that are forming spontaneously in our body from glucose reactions,”Vlassara said.“The higher the glucose is, the higher the products will be. Diabetics have a lot more, and they are highly toxic to people.” Writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vlassara and colleagues said AGEs can irritate cells, causing them to produce proteins that trigger inflammation, such as C-reactive protein. “We tend always to cook our food under high heat.And because most foods consist of proteins, lipids and sugars, when we heat them under high heat for a long time, those reactions are accelerated.We end up absorbing those,” she said. TASTY BUT NOT HEALTHY This kind of cooking produces tasty foods,Vlassara said.“They make the food taste good, or make it look good — by browning it,” she said. Animal products rich in fat are the worst culprits, she said. Her team studied 24 diabetes patients, giving them identical diets that differed only in how the food was prepared. “The diets that we tested and gave to patients in this report are those that are recommended for diabetics,”Vlassara, a specialist in diabetes, said. But where one group got grilled tuna, another got poached tuna, for example.The poached tuna would presumably be lower in AGEs as it was cooked at lower temperatures. THE CARBOHYDRATE ADDICT’S COOKBOOK There were clear differences in the blood of the patients, although it was too soon to tell whether there were health benefits,Vlassara said.

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Those eating the high AGE diet had more AGEs in their blood, and also had higher levels of inflammatory chemicals such as tumor necrosis factor and C-reactive protein. These inflammatory chemicals are linked with the progression of heart disease and the damage caused by diabetes — such as blindness, nerve damage, and damage to organs such as the kidney. In other studies on animals,Vlassara said a low-AGE diet helped prevent the development of type-I diabetes, caused when the body mistakenly attacks and destroys the pancreatic cells that make insulin. Vlassara said she did not believe her findings related to the discovery this year that some fried and baked foods contain high levels of chemicals called acrylamides, which can cause cancer in animals. While the findings do not discount the benefits of a healthy diet low in fat and sugar, they may help explain why some people who stick to such a diet continue to suffer from heart disease and diabetes, Dr. HelenVlassara, who led the study, said in a telephone interview. The culprits are called advanced glycation end products or AGEs for short.They are made by the interactions of sugars, fats, and proteins and form quickly when food is cooked at high temperatures. “These are substances that are forming spontaneously in our body from glucose reactions,”Vlassara said.“The higher the glucose is, the higher the products will be. Diabetics have a lot more, and they are highly toxic.” Writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,Vlassara and colleagues said AGEs can irritate cells, causing them to produce proteins that trigger inflammation, such as protein. “We tend always to cook our food under high heat.And because most foods consist of proteins, lipids and sugars, when we heat them under high heat for Stacks of dishes at the end of the night a long time, those reactions waiting to go into the dishwasher. are accelerated. JAKOBI CUSHNER

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