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The Aberdeen and Newcastle based firm has taken on 6 talented individuals including Finance Director David Stark who joins the Board of Directors. David has experience across both offshore marine and manufacturing industries and is responsible for all of the strategic and operational aspects of the company’s finances. They also welcome John Brown as Construction Manager bringing with him over 35 years’ experience in the oil, gas and power generation sectors.
Also joining the team is Tender Manager Stephen Brown with over 25 years’ in the oil and gas, offshore and marine industries. Lucy Walton has joined as a Supply Chain Coordinator responsible for liaising with suppliers and project teams to ensure accurate and timely deliveries of procured goods. David Poulton joins Quanta as Procurement Lead and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply. And finally, they welcome Neville Dixon as QA / QC Engineer responsible for the quality assurance of services provided by Quanta.
Quanta CEO Nick Oates said ‘We’re thrilled to welcome the latest recruits to the Quanta team. Since the management buyout last year and our recent re-brand, there has been a strong focus on recruitment and development of our people. We actively seek to attract talent from across various sectors, and the experience and knowledge of the individuals coming on board will help us to continue to deliver innovative and value-adding solutions to our clients.
These appointments come at a significant time in Quanta’s journey and I look forward to working with the team on some of the exciting opportunities that lie ahead for us.’
Quanta traces its engineering and design heritage back to 1988 and delivers innovative, value-adding solutions driven by their TRUE values of Trust, Results, Unity and Excellence. Operating across a range of sectors including oil, gas, energy and industrial, Quanta provides end to end EPC services to cover the full lifecycle of their clients’ assets from concept to decommissioning.