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CLIENT REPRESENTATION


FEATURE SPONSOR


GLOBAL PROJECT SERVICES


Specialist Marine Consultants Ltd (SMC) provides project services and highly skilled experienced personnel to the offshore industry – they have worked with some of the largest companies in the energy sector, providing services worldwide


BELIEFS


SMC endeavours to exceed clients’ expectations by using their values and expertise to deliver the right solution to any project.


CORE VALUES…


1. Safety – safety and care for the environment are at the forefront of everything they do


2. Quality – what they deliver is done to the highest standard without compromise


3. Experience – a team with over 30 years global offshore experience


4. Efficiency – responding to customers’ needs and accelerating their progress


HISTORY


The company was established in 2006 and was set up to provide vessel inspections, particularly to the oil & gas industry. In 2009 they won their first contract in Offshore Wind which saw them expand to serve multiple clients and projects throughout the UK and Europe. SMC delivers the most appropriate practical solutions for each individual client, enabling the project to be completed to a high standard, on time and in the safest, most efficient manner.


SERVICES INCLUDE…


• Client Representatives • HSEQ • Marine coordination • Offshore technicians • Heavy Lift supervisors • Offshore Construction Managers • Riggers • Slinger Banksman • Vessel Inspections


SMC DELIVERS THE MOST APPROPRIATE PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL CLIENT


CLIENT REPRESENTATIVES


The company has been supplying Client Representatives worldwide on a range of different projects since 2009, when the business first entered the offshore wind market and offer some of the most experienced Client Representatives working in the Offshore Renewable Sector today. They provide a complete service, covering all disciplines required during the planning and construction of an offshore windfarm.


WORK SCOPES COVER…


• Geotechnical Survey • UXO • Boulder Removal • Seabed Preparation • Cable Installation and Burial • Substation Installation • Foundation Installation • Load-out Coordination • Wind Turbine Installation • Commissioning


A Client Representative is instrumental in the efficient running and successful delivery of a project as they help oversee and conduct visual inspections of the work being carried out on behalf of the client. They ensure that the correct procedures are in place during construction to maintain efficiency, safety and best practice.


RESPONSIBILITIES


The main responsibilities for Client Representatives are to maintain accurate records


on a daily basis, ensure that all


relevant and approved procedures and risk assessments are followed by the contractor and to make sure the contractor proactively manages safety and quality.


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