Cathie Associates, Ceteal and Ghenova Win with DONG Wind Power

DONG Energy Wind Power has selected Cathie Associates, Ceteal and Ghenova to provide support for its offshore wind farm projects over the next five years.

Offshore geoscience and geotechnical engineering consultancy, Cathie Associates, have teamed up with marine structural engineering company, Ceteal, and multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy, Ghenova. Together the consortium will deliver on a framework agreement, which will provide a range of geotechnical and geophysical consultants for DONG Energy’s offshore wind farm projects.

Gareth Ellery, business development manager and senior engineer at Cathie Associates, said: “We have already had input on over 20 of DONG Energy’s wind farm projects, in the North Sea and beyond and we are delighted to have been selected once again. This new agreement is testament to the strength of our working relationship and illustrates how DONG Energy value our exceptional understanding of the offshore wind industry and the challenges it faces.”

Lars Svendsen from DONG Energy Wind Power, commented: “We have been working with Cathie Associates for over five years now, and this agreement is a direct result of the high quality, reliable service we have received to date. We look forward to working with the consortium as we expand our operations globally.”

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