Reinforcing the company’s long-term commitment to serving the North Sea market, this new site brings much of the Company’s 1,200-strong workforce together onto one site and aims at improving the quality of facilities for employees, which supports the development of Technip’s people.

This £15 million redevelopment project saw the construction of a 60,000 sq ft building and one-and-a-half storey car park to replace existing buildings on the site. The new facility provides extensive office space, including meeting rooms and dedicated emergency response facilities, as well as a restaurant, coffee shop and gym facilities. Existing parking at the site was also boosted by around 450 spaces.

Keith Taylor, Managing Director of Robertson Eastern, commented: “We are proud to have delivered Technip’s new UK headquarters; a fantastic project to be involved with. It is located in Aberdeen’s fastest-growing office location, the suburb of Westhill, which is a thriving business community. Technip’s new facility demonstrates the company’s confidence in the market. As a construction business with a growing portfolio of clients in the oil and gas sector, we found this a particularly exciting project to work on.”

 

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