In Guyana, the team has won essential pipework cleaning services, where its personnel will carry out hydroblasting, camera inspections, air blowing, and hot N2 services. The firm has also been awarded a pre-commissioning project for a new FPSO being built for an operator in the region.
A major plastics manufacturing facility in Texas has also chosen EnerMech to carry out pre-operational engineering, procedure development, as well as provide HSE/QA & ITP and cleaning plans.
In addition, under its Americas’ union entity, ME&I Construction Services, the team will deliver additional services with a well-established US-based engineering, procurement and construction company supporting a major petrochemicals plant that processes ethane from shale gas.
As a result of these new awards, the company, which employs over 3500 worldwide and over 800 based in the Americas, has doubled its electrical team, and increased the number of mechanical pipefitters and NACE Inspectors. EnerMech has also appointed Rob Bleicher as its Vice President of Business Development – Americas, to drive forward its strategic growth plans.
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