The new hires enhance and strengthen EnerMech’s existing maintenance and engineering expertise across a wide range of industries. Joining the company’s resources are Alan Venters (operations manager, valves), John Anthony (subject matter expert, valves), Peter Rhodes (subject matter expert, process) and Steven Wallace (subject matter expert, on-site machining services).
The four new hires will join the UK business to support the delivery of niche individual services to fully extend the company’s integrated contracts, supporting new pre-commissioning, commissioning, maintenance and shut-down services across new and existing markets.
Alan Venters and John Anthony will boost the company’s technical capacity for large scale valve management projects across multiple sectors such as nuclear, infrastructure and waste-to-energy. Peter Rhodes, already the organisation’s ambassador for process knowledge, will support large scale onshore and offshore pre-commissioning contracts, while Steven Wallace will bring specialist on-site machining solutions expertise including defect and remedial repairs to process systems along with specialist on-site machining solutions and modifications.
Scott Ligertwood, head of process and industrial services at EnerMech, said: “These new appointments will allow us to continue delivery of critical maintenance for ageing oil and gas assets, alongside the infrastructure associated with clean renewable energy and nuclear.”
The news comes following the company’s announcement of a successful first quarter, reporting 71% higher revenue year on year, from existing client work and new projects.
Last year EnerMech secured more than half a billion pounds of new business globally and invested $30m in new commissioning and pre-commissioning related equipment.