Atlas’ Offshore Wind, Offshore Management & QC Team Up

Offshore Management & QC has moved to Bristol to join Atlas’ Offshore Wind team.

According to Atlas, the decision to move should present a great opportunity for the two teams to strengthen their collaboration and provide more opportunities to their professionals.

“We have been working closely with the Offshore Wind team for a while supporting requirements from their clients for Offshore Management & QC professionals,” explains Atlas business manager Grant Johnston.

“Although this relationship has been successful thus far, we feel that joining forces with the Offshore Wind team ‘under one roof’ is a no brainer to help further contribute to the already excellent service they provide their clients. As well as this, it will undoubtedly improve our professionals’ chances of gaining exposure to the offshore wind and subsea cable industry.”

“In addition to the above, the offshore oil & gas and telecoms industries remain a key focus for us, so having the opportunity to oversee Offshore Management & QC requirements for all three industries from one location will undoubtedly strengthen our position as a leading supplier of offshore management & QC professionals,” concludedd Johnston.

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