Offshore Solutions Welcomes Waterstreet

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Offshore Solutions B.V. (OSBV), the joint venture between AMEC and Cofely Nederland N.V., has appointed Andy Waterstreet as engineering and projects manager. Waterstreet joins the company from the Dutch electro-technical installation company Croon Elektrotechniek B.V., where he was a senior project manager in the marine and offshore division.

With more than 20 years’ experience in the industry and a ten-year career in the Royal Navy, Waterstreet has held senior project management and research and development positions at Mampaey Offshore Industries B.V. in the Netherlands and domnick hunter in the UK.  A multi-skilled engineer, he has previously managed projects for quick release mooring systems, supervised and supported commissioning at on-site locations worldwide, managed key suppliers and successfully developed new vessel and equipment specifications for engineering and instrumentation (E&I) projects.
 

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