Allseas Answers Australia’s Challenges
New offshore developments in Australia call for Allseas’ expertise! Allseas has been a frontrunner in Australia’s offshore energy market for 20 years, transforming bold ideas into state-of-the-art solutions to meet the market’s ever changing needs. To meet the growing demand for their services down under, they have moved into new surroundings downtown Perth.
Exciting times lie ahead. New surroundings, new opportunities and new challenges, which will be fronted by a new face. After three successful and rewarding years, Matthijs Groenewegen hands over the General Manager Australia position to Evert van Herel.
“I can’t wait to get started and build on our growing portfolio of projects in Australia,” says Evert. “There are many prospects for us here. Not just providing world class subsea infrastructure, but also in the fledgling offshore wind and decommissioning markets, where we have proven ourselves as market leaders in Europe.”
Matthijs will return to Allseas’ engineering office in Delft. “With such an interesting time ahead in Perth and beyond, it does feel a bit early, but I’m leaving the Perth team in great hands! More than anything, I’d like to thank everyone for what we have achieved here together with our team, clients, contractors and industry partners.”
Allseas is no stranger to the land down under. Since 2002, they have executed about 15 projects in Australia, installing more than 2,000 km of pipe of various complexity and water depths. To read more about some of these projects follow these links:
With this growth in Australia and other exciting locations abroad Allseas offer many possibilities for aspiring engineers. More details can be found on their vacancies link.
Photographs courtesy of Allseas
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