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Operating in the onshore and offshore industrial services sector requires specialist skill, dedicated health and safety policies and a commitment to quality says Jim Anderson, Divisional Director – Industrial at Pyeroy. He explains what’s required to deliver in a tough and uncompromising environment, highlighting some of the company’s work carried out on major projects.


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alk into any fabrication yard and the chances


are there will be any number of specialist services onsite involved in new build or refurbishment work – ranging from protective coatings, civil engineering, scaffolding, and alternative access systems to insulation and steelwork blasting and cleaning. “Although there might be


different contractors on site, it’s our ability to bring together all the individual specialities and connect them to proven project management skills and unparalleled experience


Repainting one of Europe’s largest offshore wind farms - the Arklow Offshore Wind Power Plant in the Irish Sea


that differentiates us in a competitive market and enables us to bring added value to the supply chain,” says Anderson. Under his firm guidance, first


as Regional Director and now as Divisional Director – Industrial, several multi million pound contracts have been secured and the amount of work Pyeroy now undertakes in the offshore sector is seeing impressive, rapid and sustained growth. This has not only come on


the back of strong strategic planning, but sustaining the highest standards of operational service and quality - sometimes in very challenging conditions - has also been paramount in


Scaling the heights


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