UTEC and SBM Offshore Agree

Press Release
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Carlo Pinto

Leading independent offshore survey company UTEC has announced the award of a significant multi-year framework agreement.


The agreement is with SBM Offshore (Monaco) to provide offshore survey and positioning services carrying its construction vessel fleet, initially covering operations on-board the OCV “Normand Installer” and the new-build DSCV “SBM Installer.”   


The services contract will be managed though UTEC’s Italian office in Naples and regional sales manager Carlo Pinto comments: “We are extremely pleased with the faith SBM Offshore has placed in us to provide a wide range of survey services on its construction fleet.  We look forward to providing global support to the new SBM Installer from early in 2013.


UTEC CEO Martin O’Carroll adds: “UTEC is a truly global offshore survey provider supporting the world’s most advanced marine contractors from strategically placed operational bases around the world.  Our highly skilled offshore team utilizes refined processes coupled with appropriate equipment and solutions to deliver the highest quality service.  This award confirms our position in the market place.”


UTEC is one of the world’s largest independent offshore survey companies and provides a wide range of survey services including offshore positioning and construction support, geophysical and AUV surveys, dimensional control surveys, laser scanning and modelling, and geotechnical sampling.  UTEC has offices located around the world including: Houston, Aberdeen, Rio de Janeiro, Calgary, Perth, Singapore, St. John’s, Naples and Dubai.

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