Aberdeen-based subsea consultancy moves in to new head office

Aleksandra Tomaszek and Matthew Kennedy
Aleksandra Tomaszek and Matthew Kennedy

Recently established Aberdeen-based subsea integrity consultancy, 1CSI has marked the launch of its business with a move into premises at the city’s Innovation Park in Bridge of Don.

The company – set up last month by Matthew Kennedy and Aleksandra Tomaszek –  offers solutions to global subsea challenges. This Includes fit-for-purpose assessments of deep water flexible risers through the inspection of concrete coated subsea pipelines, ROV deployed examination of subsea welds inside offshore wind turbine monopiles.

Chief Executive Matthew Kennedy has more than 30 years of experience within the nuclear, renewable and subsea integrity industries.Most recently, he spent 10 years at Oceaneering where he delivered numerous international projects.

He was also the originator of Neptune, an innovative ROV deployed, subsea ultrasonic inspection tool –  the design of which has since been replicated and continues to be deployed on flexible and rigid pipeline inspections in deep water locations around the world.

Aleksandra Tomaszek – the new company’s Chief Operating Officer -has been working in the oil and gas sector since she achieved her MBA from Aberdeen University in 2011. Her latest role was a Subsea Integrity Project Manager at Oceaneering.

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