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Offshore Management & QC and Offshore Wind to join forces

September 26, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

From Monday 3rd October 2016, the Offshore Management & QC business line originally based in Exeter will move to Bristol to join Atlas’ Offshore Wind team. The decision to move will present a great opportunity for the two teams to strengthen their collaboration and provide more opportunities to their professionals. Read More
Challenging Geology on the “FAB” link Project

June 3, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

Over the last 20 years, an increasing awareness of the field of geotechnical engineering has led to it becoming a key discipline for all major offshore construction projects. As one of the more popular roles in the offshore industry, Atlas’ geologists have been able to take part in exciting projects around the world, exploring and investigating the oceans’ subterranean structures. Read More
Three Days of Fun, Success and Innovation: Atlas Attends Successful Oceanology!

March 21, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

The UK’s biggest event in marine science and ocean technology, Oceanology International, has come to a close for another year. However, the buzz of new opportunities in the offshore industry is still alive with companies and professionals alike. With over 8,000 visitors attending the exhibition, Atlas had a busy three days catching up with clients and introducing our company to some new faces. Read More
5 Questions – Paul Duncan Survey Client Representative

March 10, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

“I pursued a career in the offshore sector due to the interesting and varied projects that I knew I would be involved in. My career has opened doors on a worldwide basis enabling me to travel and see parts of the world others perhaps would not visit. The department I graduated from at the University of Glasgow had a 100% employment record in terms of placing graduates and I had a number of offers before I sat my finals, which was encouraging." Read More
5 QUESTIONS – Dom King Survey Client Representative

March 8, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

“In the offshore survey industry, the 24hr day and the 7 day week have no relevance. Every job is different and unpredictability is the only predictable factor, it is a rarity when everything goes off ‘the same as last time’!” Survey Client Rep, Dom King, talks to Atlas about why he chooses to work in such a demanding industry. “Whilst studying for my BSc (Hons) degree in Surveying and Mapping Sciences from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, I decided that I wanted to work onshore as a land surveyor. Read More

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