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The OWF Project in the Bay of Saint Brieuc: Geotechnical Client Representative

November 2, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

Since 2014, Client Representative Jurian Scholten has worked with Atlas’ Offshore Management & QC team based in Bristol. As an Offshore Geotechnical/HSE Client Representative, Jurian is responsible for representing the clients technical, commercial and safety interests onboard the vessel. Read More
ZERO HARM: Boost safety presence and awareness across the globe

October 23, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

On 10 July 2017, Atlas Professionals signed the final agreement with Programmed for the acquisition of the international activities of Programmed Marine. What makes Programmed Marine unique is their Zero Harm policy in all that they do which includes safe working environments as well as natural environments. Read More
Atlas Professionals establishes new Renewables hub in Netherlands

October 18, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

The Renewables industry in the Netherlands is expected to hold many upcoming projects like Borssele Offshore Wind Farm. With over 15 years of experience and a global track record within the Renewables sector, Atlas Professionals has decided to expand its network by creating an additional Renewables hub in the Netherlands. The Dutch Renewables team will focus on all Onshore and Offshore Wind enquiries based in the Netherlands. Read More
Atlas introduces worldwide network at Offshore Energy

October 16, 2017 - Coraline Mulder

On 10 & 11 October, Atlas Professionals attended the Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference at the Amsterdam Rai. Offshore Energy is the only dedicated offshore exhibition and conference in the Netherlands focusing on Oil & Gas, Wind and Marine Energy. Read More
WANTED! Clients and Professionals looking for a meaningful partnership!

September 13, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

Every day online and on social media, we see recruitment businesses posting advertisements quoting URGENT, MUST HAVE, MOBILISE NOW! Of course, this often results in Clients reaping the rewards of utilising a flexible workforce and having the skills when they need them. How do recruiters know who the RIGHT individual for the RIGHT job is? And how often do the Clients really get the RIGHT individual? Read More

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