A leading independent access, inspection and maintenance company is marking the beginning of a significant new era with a clutch of significant contract awards totalling more than half a million pounds.
Aberdeen-based Euro Energy Services – an evolution of the successful inspection and testing group EuroNDT – has recently secured work worth more than £800,000 including specialist access and inspection contracts in the renewables sector.
With a team of 40 people, Euro ES provides market-leading services to the energy, manufacturing and civil engineering sectors and brings together a wealth of expertise headed by CEO Darryl Anderson and a solution-focused management team including directors John McDonald and Brian Miller.
Based in Altens, the multidisciplined company has supported the service and manufacturing industries as well as onshore and offshore operators for almost two decades as EuroNDT, championing investment in and development of new technology in the inspection, fabric maintenance and subsea sectors.
Euro ES CEO Darryl Anderson said: “In partnering closely with clients, our focus is firmly on delivering commercially efficient solutions and increasing productivity. These excellent relationships have enabled us to structure the new company to correctly meet their evolving needs, particularly the frequent requirement for us to lead projects and deliver all services required for their completion.”
He added: “Looking to the future, our continued growth will come from a combination of industry maturity, a multidisciplined approach and bringing services such as scaffolding and access systems in-house to ensure a turnkey offering to our growing number of clients.”
To find out more, visit www.euroesgroup.com
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