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MARINE SPECIALISTS


WORKING IN OFFSHORE WIND SINCE 1999 Although the brand may not be as familiar as some, ABPmer has been working in offshore wind since 1999. Their understanding of the offshore environment regularly assists marine consultants, offshore developers, regulators and contractors.


The company has been commissioned to prepare coastal process assessment chapters for EIAs; undertake habitats regulations assessments for offshore renewable plans; provide thresholds for design criteria and calculate weather windows and downtime for construction planning.


COLLABORATIVE CULTURE


And ABPmer does not fit the typical client/consultant model. It considers itself different to large consulting firms. Due to its small size (50 staff) and its public sector roots, the culture is one of collaboration both internally and externally. They seek to truly understand their clients’ needs so that they work as an extension of the client team, tailoring their service accordingly. Working in such a way naturally leads to collective innovation – an example is their new online weather downtime calculation service that they have developed in conjunction with offshore contractors.


DEPTH NOT BREADTH


The company also encourages its staff to be thought leaders in their field. This means you will work with the member of staff who has the depth of knowledge and experience to deliver the answer, and not buy the usual pyramid-shaped consultancy team where the expertise is passed to the client via bright young things.


ABPmer really is a different kind of organisation. It’s small, non-hierarchical, innovative and results-oriented. It builds strong and long relationships with its staff and clients. On average staff have worked with the firm for over a decade, its key clients for even longer.


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