ACMA and Iceberg Project Services, Inc. Form Professional Alliance

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

HOUSTON, Texas – March 28, 2011: Alan C. McClure Associates (ACMA), one of the industry’s premier naval architecture and engineering firms, announced today that it has formed a professional alliance with Iceberg Project Services (IPS) (www.icebergps.com). When supplemental support is required, ACMA will provide engineering services to IPS and IPS will provide ACMA project management assistance.

ACMA’s Vice President Darrel Harvey sees this new alliance of complementary services as a win/win situation for both companies.

“In today’s market, most customers are looking for a complete project service package that has a tendency to favor the larger Engineer, Procure, Install and Construct (EPIC) companies,” commented Harvey. “This alliance of equals puts both AMCA and IPS a step closer to providing those turnkey solutions to our customers on a worldwide basis.”

Harvey went on to note that ACMA has been delivering cost-effective engineering and design solutions to its oil & gas and marine industry clients for more than 35 years, and IPS has an excellent reputation for providing strong, onsite project management teams to the marine industry on a number of projects worldwide.

Scott Berg, President of IPS, commented, “Having worked with ACMA in the past, we know collaborating with this high-regarded engineering firm will allow us to provide our clients with services more quickly and more cost effectively. Our new alliance will allow both firms the ability to rapidly expand our capabilities to meet the requirements large projects.” 
 

Source: ACMA

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