Mechanical engineering firm EnerMech bullish after netting string of new contracts
Energy-focused mechanical engineering specialist EnerMech has inked a string of new contracts in the first few months of this year.
The Aberdeen-headquartered company said it has a strong pipeline of work for the year ahead and is bringing forward a “robust” growth strategy for its UK operations after netting eight projects in the last three months. The campaigns are a combination of new and extended contracts and will be split across its bases in Aberdeen and Great Yarmouth in England.
The new awards include a first campaign for the onshore utilities market. The five-year, multi-million-pound deal will see the company deliver crane-lifting services to a major onshore petrochemical facility based in Southern Wales.
EnerMech has also been awarded a two-year extension with floating production storage offloading operator BW Offshore.
It has also sealed a frame agreement extension with TechnipFMC for pre-commissioning services, delivery of shutdown and small bore tubing services for Chrysaor, and supplying rigging equipment and crane management services for Petrofac’s Duty Holder assets in the UK Continental Shelf.
Ross McHardy, EnerMech’s regional director for Europe and Africa said: “We have started the year with huge momentum behind our UK operations, delivering diverse lifecycle services for both new projects and long-standing customers.
“Despite the challenges of the pandemic, we are seeing renewed opportunities with upstream, downstream and midstream projects as well as emerging developments in the fast-growing renewable sector that we are well-placed to support. We look forward to continuing to deliver operational excellence and expanding our footprint across the region.”
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