PARTNERSHIP ON TARGET FOR GROWTH

Written on the 24 October 2011

PARTNERSHIP ON TARGET FOR GROWTH

THE capabilities of two specialist engineering corporations are set to be pushed to the next level under a new partnership.

A deal has been struck between OSD Pipelines and process engineering specialists Procom Consultants to provide what has been dubbed a seamless project management, engineering and execution service.

Procom director Steve Yeardley says the handshake will allow the two companies to pitch for target projects in the vicinity of $25 to $50 million on Australian soil.

He says the concept will be implemented through an integrated team of 100 engineering consultants and total manpower from both groups of about 200.

“This certainly adds value to both groups,

“The combined capabilities give us enormous scope,” says Yeardley.

OSD Pipelines Queensland general manager Martin Axelby (pictured) says the deal will provide Queensland and the broader markets with complete solutions for all oil and gas projects, from concept selection through to commissioning operations support.

“This alliance reinforces an ongoing relationship between the two engineering firms,” he says.

“By bringing together a serious number of Brisbane-based engineers, it will ensure the necessary resources and capabilities are locked in to undertake large work scopes.”

The deal will scoop project work including conceptual studies, front end engineering design, detailed design, project handover and commissioning.


Latest News

SUPREME COURT ORDERS OCTAVIAR GROUP TO WIND UP

THE Queensland Supreme Court has ordered the Octaviar Group of companies (formerly known as MFS Group) to be wound...

CEOS BRAVE THE COLD TO RAISE $1.4 MILLION FOR THE HOMELESS

MORE than 400 executives confronted the cold last night in the annual Vinnies CEO sleepout, which took place benea...

JENNIFER WESTACOTT ON BANK TAX: IT EXPOSES GOVERNMENT "DESPERATION"

South Australia's new bank levy exposes the desperation of a government that is unable to get its own budget and ...

BASKETBALL'S COMEBACK CONTINUES WITH NBL CLUBS TO FACE OFF AGAINST CHINA'S NATIONAL TEAM

THE RESURGENCE of Australia's National Basketball League (NBL) continues with China's national team to play t...

Related News

BASKETBALL'S COMEBACK CONTINUES WITH NBL CLUBS TO FACE OFF AGAINST CHINA'S NATIONAL TEAM

THE RESURGENCE of Australia's National Basketball League (NBL) continues with China's national team to play t...

DOMESTIC TOURISM IN AUSTRALIA BREAKS RECORDS, INJECTS $61.7 BILLION INTO NATIONAL ECONOMY

DOMESTIC Australian tourists have spent a record breaking $61.7 billion on intra and interstate travel this year, acc...

THE DOCTORS WHO PLUNGED INTO THE SHARK TANK AND SURVIVED WITH A $500,000 INVESTMENT

THEIR mission is to change the face of cancer care with an app that empowers and connects patients and care givers...

IMF BRACES FOR BIG LOSS FOLLOWING WITHDRAWAL FROM SPOTLESS CLASS ACTION

LITIGATION fund IMF Bentham (ASX: IMF) is set to lose as much as half a million dollars after it ceases funding one o...

BOOK YOUR FUNCTION SPACE HERE

 

 

 

Contact us

Email News Update Sign Up Contact Details
Subscriptions

PO Box 2087
Brisbane QLD 4001

LoginTell a FriendSign Up to Newsletter