IMCA Adds New Team Member

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has appointed Bruce Gresham as director for client engagement in the USA, in a part-time consulting role.

He will be supporting the Association in developing and expanding its engagement with oil companies and the broader industry in the United States.

Gresham has over 30 years’ experience in the offshore construction industry. He joined Heerema Marine Contractors in 1985 and held a wide range of executive roles in developing the company’s successful market presence in North America. He retired in 2017 and is retained as an advisor.

Gresham is the past vice chairman of IMCA’s North America regional committee, and was a member of the executive committee and board of directors of the influential National Ocean Industries Association in Washington DC.

I am delighted to be welcoming Bruce to IMCA. He is an exceptionally well-known and respected senior business executive within the Unites States oil and gas industry. He knows IMCA well and has been supporting us very closely on strategic projects for the past eighteen months, this is good news for IMCA and our Members in North America,” explained IMCA’s CEO Allen Leatt.

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