Global Project Services (GPS) support an international client base as a dedicated sub-contractor, delivering Specialist Welding, Structural, Mechanical and Piping services.
From our bases in London, Glasgow, Invergordon & Bergen we provide bespoke contracting solutions to meet our customer requirements during site construction, installation, commissioning and testing of plant.
Delivering to the highest quality standards and ensuring safe working environments and activities are central to our business operations and the services we provide for our clients. We operate within the oil and gas industries onshore and offshore and support customers in the petrochemical, refinery, power station, nuclear, infrastructure, fabrication and LNG markets on new build construction projects through to turnarounds, maintenance and upgrade of plant.
Through our Managed Site Services and Installation teams, we support clients’ project requirements, including project management, site engineering and planning, NDE inspection services, QHSE, technical engineering, QAQC, heat treatment, construction management, area and supervisory support as well as multi-discipline-trades support.
Our Site Services capability, providing assistance to clients during construction is highly regarded among the sectors we serve. Working on-site directly with clients, our project management personnel create site teams, covering specialised welding, fabrication, piping, mechanical and electrical, coatings and insulation services.
We have the capability to support projects through the construction and installation of steelwork and complex piping packages, mechanical and electrical installation, through to the processes of commissioning site works.
We are experienced in working on major construction projects throughout the UK, Europe Scandinavia and West Africa and have worked on several developments where the operators include Statoil, Shell, Hitachi, Dragon Oil, Petroplus, Lyondell, Esso and Exxon. The variety and challenges of these projects has seen us deliver managed working teams, ranging in size from 30 to 200 workers, consisting of site management and trades based personnel.