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Quanta Fabricom has strengthen its management team with the appointment of 2 new Directors

Paul Kelly has joined the company as Technical Director, responsible for EPC delivery of projects and is based from Quanta’s new Aberdeen base in Westhill. Paul has extensive experience of overseeing all phases of high-profile projects within the oil and gas industry, most recently with INEOS where he led a team of engineers working on the Clipper South field.

Joining Paul on the management team is Mark Marsh who has been appointed as Finance Director, responsible for the strategic aspects of the company’s finances, following impressive growth in 2018. Mark is a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years of multi-sector experience with a proven track record in financing business for profitable growth.

Both appointments come at a time of significant growth, the company recently underwent a complete re-brand following a management buyout in November 2018, with the company being acquired by Chief Executive Officer Nick Oates. The firm have also recently opened a new office within Arnhall Business Park, Westhill Aberdeen.

Quanta Fabricom (previously Fabricom Offshore Services) traces its engineering and design heritage back to 1988 and has built a strong reputation within the oil and gas industry as a leading EPC service provider to operators within Europe.

Nick Oates, CEO of Quanta Fabricom said “We are delighted to welcome Paul and Mark to the team, both bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience that will support the senior management team as we move forward and grow the business. Through delivering agile, innovative and integrated solutions, Quanta Fabricom continues to be recognised as premier energy industry partner.”


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