GL Garrad Hassan Registers Offices In The Netherlands

Press Release
Friday, April 29, 2011

29. Apr. 2011 | [Group,Renewables] | Hamburg/Germany - GL Garrad Hassan is now registered in the Netherlands as a B.V. (Dutch Limited). The name of the new entity is "GL Garrad Hassan Nederland B.V.". The renewable consultancy has offices in Heerenveen, Leiden and Sint Maarten to accommodate the demand for consulting, design, project management services and training courses for renewable energy projects.

The Netherlands has emerged as an evolving market for renewable energies with particular emphasis on offshore wind energy. GL Garrad Hassan's Country Manager of the Netherlands, Ben Hendriks, called the official registration an important step for the company. "We are now much closer to our Dutch clients and can offer our services without any restrictions. The Netherlands represents one of the most active regions in Europe in offshore wind developments. The developments on the Dutch shelf are expected to grow rapidly in the coming years. Further, we aim at catering the large group of Dutch marine contractors in the offshore wind industry. Our staff here in the Netherlands can now support stakeholders at all stages of wind projects by providing services and support locally."

The GL Garrad Hassan Nederland B.V. can be contacted at the following address:

GL Garrad Hassan Nederland B.V.
KR Poststraat 90
8441 ER Heerenveen
Tel: +31 (0)513 641 401
ben.hendriks@gl-garradhassan.com
www.gl-garradhassan.com

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