Expanding ClerkMaxwell set to create more than 150 jobs
Engineering services firm ClerkMaxwell has mapped out a programme of rapid expansion that will see more than 150 jobs being created in Aberdeen, Teesside and the Middle East.
ClerkMaxwell, acquired by £1 billion-a-year turnover civil engineering contractor Costain in April, believes the acquisition of PSN by the Wood Group has created a vacuum in the offshore engineering services market that it can fill.
It is a key reason why managing director John Wilson and director Alistair Dornan expect the north-east Scottish firm’s business to grow rapidly, especially in Aberdeen, where the headcount is expected to leap from 60 to more than 200 within five years.
"We see substantial growth here," said Mr Dornan. "We believe a bit of a gap has been left by Wood Group’s acquisition of PSN, and the market out there is ready for someone to come in and help fill that."
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