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Atlas Professionals invests and expands its Survey Team

November 16, 2016 - Coraline Mulder

Over the last year, we have undergone some organisational changes in order to adapt to a changing environment and market in which we operate. It is now time to invest and build for the future, and to help facilitate this, we have appointed Paul Hampton as the new Survey Business Manager. Paul brings with him, extensive experience and a contagious enthusiasm for his work and we welcome him to the team! Read More
Atlas Professionals showcases new innovation at successful Offshore Energy

October 28, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

On 25 & 26 October, Atlas Professionals attended the Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference at the Amsterdam Rai. With 11,989 visitors and 667 exhibitors from around the world the exhibition was a great success and the ideal location for Atlas to launch its new innovation, Atlas Corporate Solutions. Read More
Atlas Professionals to launch new innovation at Special Event

October 20, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

On Tuesday 25 October, Atlas Professionals will be hosting their Special Event in Hall 1 at the Offshore Energy Exhibition in Amsterdam. The event will be the official launch of the company’s online planning tool Atlas4Clients, an online crewing solution that can be tailor made for each client. Read More
5 Questions: An update on the ROV, Diving & Inspection and Offshore Survey industries

October 12, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

Over the last year Atlas’ ROV, Diving and Inspection and Offshore Survey business lines have been through some changes. With over 30 years of experience in the subsea sector, the teams have learnt to adapt to the market and compete with the challenges across the oil & gas sector. ROV, Diving & Inspection Business Manager Claire Freestone and Director Andrew Blears discuss how Atlas are facing the challenges ahead. Read More
Rare Renewables: Working on NEMO and Hornsea

September 23, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

A professional’s dream to work offshore can come from anywhere; from family holidays by the sea through to exploration, an interest in the environment or travel, science and innovation. “I studied Physical Geography at University College London, I always had a strong interest in volcanicity and seismology,” explains Senior Geophysicist George Mackintosh. “While I was studying, some fellow students and I organised a trip to Montserrat in the West Indies for our dissertations. Read More

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