Rigmar Group recruits new navy engineers following contract wins

Rigmar's latest recruits
Rigmar’s latest recruits; from left are Kiran, Andrew, Gabriela and Luigi.

An Aberdeen-based inspection, maintenance and marine services group has recruited several new members of staff following a series of new contract wins.

Rigmar Group, comprising Rigmar Services and Interocean Marine Services, has recently expanded its engineering department with the addition of naval architects and project engineers to meet  customer demand following several contract awards.

Rigmar Group specialises in the provision of asset integrity, fabric maintenance and marine services to the oil and gas, civils, renewable energy and maritime industries. 

Kiran Chandrasekharan, who holds a MSc in Naval Architecture, joins Interocean as senior naval architect and Gabriela Enache and Andrew Munro have also been recruited as naval architect and project engineer respectively.

Interocean’s survey and positioning division – set up two years ago – has hired senior survey engineer David Stephen, while the business development team has also been strengthened with the addition of Luigi Napolitano and Harry Waters.

Napolitano is a chartered engineer (naval architect) while Waters is a former British royal navy submarine engineer who has also worked as a project manager in the oil and gas industry.

16 Feb 2018

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