Published 15 Jul 2016
AquaTerra Group Ltd, specialists in offshore construction, rigging and lifting and decommissioning has announced the appointment of a new Manager of Engineering Projects.
With more than 18 years’ of successful experience in engineering and 11 years’ in the international Oil and Gas Industry, Stephen Taylor commenced his new role in the company earlier this month. In a move that underpins AquaTerra’s drive to restructure business efficiency to meet the demands of the current climate, Mr Taylor will play a crucial role in the firm’s strategy to bring real change to its operational activities.
His role within AquaTerra’s Operations Team will see Mr Taylor manage multi-disciplined construction projects for a number of key clients.
Peter Robinson, Managing Director, AquaTerra Group said “This is a key appointment for AquaTerra as demand for our specialist construction skills grows. In the current climate our clients are seeking integrated solutions to reduce costs and, as part of that initiative, we believe that providing engineering support to our portfolio will greatly enhance our services. Stephen’s 11 years in both the drilling and production sectors, as a client and contractor, means he brings to AquaTerra a broad experience and added value.
“AquaTerra has a number of high profile projects approaching and we are looking forward to Stephen’s contribution in delivering these as part of the team.
“So, we’re delighted to welcome Stephen in the midst of an exciting phase in the growth and development of the company.
“One of the greatest assets of AquaTerra is the ability to respond quickly and as a company, we have taken positive and pro-active steps over the past two years to shape and re-shape our business to meet the challenges of the current climate and market. Stephen’s skills and knowledge will complement the skills we have within the existing team well and will be a valuable resource as we continue to grow the business both internally and externally. ”