Subsea engineering and technology company Oceaneering has decided to streamline its Aberdeen operations by combining seven properties into one office location and a new, purpose-built workshop.
Announcing the move on Thursday, Oceaneering said that the relocation efforts would enable the company to support growth in the UK, Europe, Africa, and Middle East regions and underpin its direct commitment to the UK continental shelf.
The company’s 50,000 sq ft office will be located at Aberdeen International Business Park and will provide a work environment for more than 300 office-based employees.
A new, purpose-built facility will include an 88,000 sq ft workshop and 95,500 sq ft yard.
The transition to the new sites is anticipated to start in early 2020 with the first office staff taking up residence in the new building. Workshop construction is tentatively scheduled to be completed in mid-2020 with all activities being conducted from the new site by the end of 2020.
Steven Cowie, Oceaneering Vice President & Country Manager, UK, said: “Combining our offices and creating a centralized workshop space will improve cost efficiencies, reduce overall carbon footprint, and provide our customers with the most advanced and economical solutions.”
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