SeaRoc strengthens its support to offshore renewable energy developments through new Dundee office November 2012
Monday, Nov 19, 2012

International marine engineering company SeaRoc has announced the opening of a further office in Scotland to support’s the country’s growing offshore wind farm and marine renewables industries. Located in Dundee, the new office opened on November 12th and houses a number of marine engineering experts, including David Wotherspoon who joins SeaRoc as Development Director.

The new office is located in the exciting DundeeOne development, providing high specification and energy efficient accommodation for the new team. For Searoc, this location, on the banks of the Tay Estuary and immediately adjacent to the Port of Dundee, provides an ideal location from which to serve it’s growing offshore renewables client base within Scotland, as well as supporting developments in the rest of the UK and internationally.

SeaRoc Development Director David Wotherspoon commented: “We are very keen to be sited closer to a number of key Clients developing projects offshore. We have the space to bring 12 new highly skilled jobs to the area and, having already recruited engineering and marine operations staff, we have no doubt the team will continue to grow further through 2013 and beyond.  This new location for SeaRoc perfectly complements our Head Office in Chichester and recently opened Orkney office in developing our local presence with clients across the UK, and we will continue to look for opportunities to strengthen these relationships.”

Dundee represents the company’s 3rd office, with Head Quarters in Chichester operating globally, and 2nd office in Orkney supporting the emerging wave and tidal market.

Source: SeaRoc

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